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countrymen who suffer under present condiProtection tions Such a revision should receive the sup pert of nil who love that justice and equality due to American citizenship of all who realize that in this Justice end equality our Govern ment finds its strength and Its power to protect A Beyicw of tbe Varies Deiartnieiits the citizen and his property of all who believe that tbe contented competition and comfort of many accord better with the spirit of our Insti of tHe Goyerment tutions than colossal fortunes unfairly gather ed in the hands ot a few of all who appreciate that the forbearance and fraternity among our people which recognize the value of every Tho Fisheries Question Is in an American Interest are the surest guaranty et our national progress and ot all who desire to Unsatisfactory Condition see the products ot American skill and Ingenu ity In every market of the world with a result ing restoration ot American commerce The necessity of the reduction of our reveÂ¬ nue to b generally coHced The SackTlIle Vint Episode Touclifcd Upoh ed Is so apparent as by Which this end shall But the means Tlie Indian Question Pensions and be accomplished and the sum ot direct benefit Our Foreign Relations Pretty which shall result to our citizens present a controversy of tho utmost importance There Thoroughly Dlscusscdt should be no scheme accepted as satisfactory by which the burdens of the people are only ap-Â¬ parently The Presidents BieEeage delivered to Con ot publicremoved Extravagant appropriations money with all thbtr demoralizing gross on the 3d contains over tweaty thou consequences should be tolerated sand words The following Is a synopsis ot the either as a means not relieving ot tho Oocumentl Treasury or its present surplus or as To the Congrctt of the UnUd SMtt furnishing pretexts for resisting a proper reducAs you nssetnblc tor Ihe discharge ot the tion in tariff rates Existing evils and Injustice duties you have assumed as tbe representaboldly met and should be tives ol a free and generous people your meet- effectively honestly recognized should bo no ces remedied There ing Is marked by an impressive Incident With sation of tho struggle until a plan Is perfected tho expiration ot the present session or the existing indusCongress the first century of our constitutional fair and conservative toward cost to consumtries but which will reduce the existence as a Nation will be completed Our ers ot the necessaries or lire while It provides survival for one hundred years is not sufficient for to assure us that we no longer have dangers to raw our manufacturers the advantage ot freer materials and permits no Injury to fear in the maintenance with all its promised interests ot American labor The cause the for blessings of a government founded upon the which the battle Is waged is comprised within freedom of the people The time rather ad lines clearly and distinctly defined should It monishes us to soberly inquire whether In tbe never It Is tho peoples past ire have always closely kept in the course cause be compromised of safety and whether we have before us a It can not be denied that the selfish and pri Way plain and clear which leads to happiness vate interests which are so persistently heard and perpetuity The citizen of our Republic when efforts are made to deal in a just and In its early days rigidly insisted upon fall com- comprehensive manner with our tariff laws are pliance with the letter of this bond and saw related to if they are not responsible stretching out before him a clear Held for Indi sentiment largely prevailing among the for the people vidual endeavor of that the general government is When the experiment of otir Government was individual and private aid thatthe fountainexit may be Undertaken the chart adopted for our guidance pected to relieve with paternal care the disWas the Constitution Departure from the lines tress of citizens and communities and that there laid down is failure It is only by a strict from the fullness of Its treasury It should upon adherence to the direction they indicate and the slightest possible pretext of prompting the by restraint within the limitations they fix that general good apply public funds to the benefit We can furnish proof to the world of the fitness of localities and Individuals Nor can it be deOf the American people for self government assumpÂ¬ nied that there is a growing The equal and exact justice of which we tion that Governas against the boast as the underlying principle of our Insti- ment and in favor ot private claims tutions should not be confined to the relations and interests the usual rules and limitations ot of our citizens to each other Tbe Government business principles and just dealing should be Itself Is under bond to the American people waived These ideas have been unhappily that In the exercise of its functions and much encouraged by legislative acquiescence powers it will deal with the body of Relief from contracts made with tbe Govern our citizens in a manner scrupulously honest ment Is too easily accorded In favor of the citiand fair and absolutely just It has agreed zen the failure to support claims against that American citizenship shall be the only the Government by proor Is often supplied by credential necessary to Justify tho claim of no better consideration than the wealth of the equality before the law and that no condition Government and the poverty ot the claimant In lire shall give rise to discrimination In the Gratuities in tbe form or pensions are granted treatment ct the people by the Government upon no other real ground than tbe needy conIn those day the frugality of the people was dition ot tbe applicant or for reasons less valstamped upon their government and was en id and large sums are expended for public forced by the free thoughtful and Intelligent buildings and other improvements upon repreeoCrage of the citizen Combinations monoposentations scarcely claimed to be related to lies and aggregations of capital were cither public needs and necessities avoided or sternly regulated and restrained The extent to which tbe consideration of such The pomp and glitter of governments less free matters subordinate and postpone action upon offered no temptation and presented no delusubjects ot great public Importance but Insion to the plain people who side by side In volving no special private or partisan Interest friendly competition wrought for the ennoble- should arrest attention and lead to reformament and dignity of man for the solution ot tion A few of the numerous Illustrations of the problem ot free government and for the this conditions may be stated The crowded achievement of the grand destiny awaiting the condition of the calendar or the Supreme land which God had given them A century Court and the delay to suitors and denials of has passed Our cities are the abiding places Justice resulting therefrom has been strongly of wealth and luxury our manufactories yield urged upon tbe attention of the Congress wlh fortunes never dreamed of by the fathers of the a plan ft r tbe relief of tbe situation approved Republic our business men are madly striving by those well able to judge ot its merits While in the race for riches and Immense aggrega- this subject remains without offeetive conslder tions of capital outrun the Imagination In the tion many laws have been passed providing for magnitude of their undertakings We view the holding of terms or inferior courts at places with satisfaction this bright p cture ot our to suit the convenience or localities or to lay countrys growth and prosperity while only a tbe foundation ol on application lor tho ereccloser scrutiny develops a somber shading tion ot a new public building Upon more oretul inspection we find the Repeated recommendations have been sub wealth and luxury of our cities mingled with mitted for the amendment and change of tbe poverty and wretchedness and unremunera laws relatlngjo our public lands so that thelr tive toU A crowded and constantly Increasing spollatlon and diversion to other uses than as urban population suggests the Impoverishment homes for honest settlers might bo prevented of rural sections and discontent with agricu- While a measure to meet this conceded neces ltural pursuits The farmers son not satisfied sity of reform remains awaiting the Congress with his fathers simple and laborious life joins many claims to tbe public lands and applications the eager chase for easily acquired wealth for their donations in favor of States and indiWe discover that the fortunes realized by our viduals have been allotted A plan in aid of manufacturers are no longer solely the reward Indian management recommended by those of sturdy Industry and enlightened foresight well informed as containing valuable features but that they result from the discriminating n furtherance of the solution of the Indian favor ot the Government and are largely built problem has thus far foiled of legislative sancupon undue exaction from the masses of our tion while grants of doubtful expediency to people The gulf between employers and the railroad corporations permitting them to pass employed Is constantly widening and classes are through Indian reservations have greatly mulrapidly forming one comprising the very rich tiplied and powerful while in another are found the The propriety and the necessity of the erectoiling poor tion of one or more prisons for the confinement As wo view the achievements of aggregated of United States convicts and a pcst offlce capital we discover the existence ot trusts building In the National Capital are cot discombinations and monopolies while the citizen puted But these needs yet remain unansstruggling far In the rear or is trampled to wered while scores ot public buildings have Is death beneath an Iron heel Corporations which been erected where their necessity for public should be the carefully restrained creatures of purposes Is cot apparent A revision of our pension laws could easily bo tho law and the sen ants of the people are fast becoming the peoples masters made which would rest upon Just principles Still congratulating ourselves upon the wealth and and provide for every worthy applicant But while our general pension laws remain confused prosperity ot our country and complacently contemplating every incident of change insep- Â¬ and imperfect hundreds of our private pension from these conditions It is our duty as laws are annually passed which are the sources arable patriotic citizens to inquire at tho present of unjust discrimination aud popular demoralistage of our progress how the bond ot the Gov- Â¬ zation Appropriation bills tor the support of the ernment made with the people has been kept Government are defaced by Items and provis- Â¬ and performed ot limiting Instead the tribute ions to meet private ends and It is freely asfrom our drawn to citizens the serted by responsible and experienced parties economical of admin Its necesltles that a bill appropriating money for public in persists in extracting ternal Improvement would fall to meet with istration the Government from the substance of the people millions which favor unless it contained It more for local and unapplied and useless lie dormant in Its treas- private advantage than for public benefit ury This flagrant Injustice and this breach of And yet the people wait and expect from faith and obligation add to extortion tbe danger their chosen representatives such patriotic acattending the diversion of the currency of the tion as will advance the welfare ot tbe entire country from tho legitimate chancels of busi country and this expectation can only be an- Â¬ swered by tho performance of public duty with ness Under the same laws by which these results unselfish purpose Our mission among the ca are produced the Government permits many tions of the earth and our success in accom- Â¬ millions more to be added to the cost of the liv- plishing the work God has given the American people to do require ol those Intrusted with ing ot our people and to be taken from our consumers which unreasonably swell the profits of the making and execution of our laws perfect a small but powerful minority The people devotion above all other things to the publics mnst still be taxed for the support of tbe Gov- good This devotion will lead us to strongly resist ernment under the operation of tariff laws But to tbe extent that the mass of our citizens are alt Impatience ot Constitutional lim tations ot Inordinately burdened beyond any useful public Federal power and to persistently check the purpose and for the benefit ot a Increasing tendency to extend the scope ol Fedfavored Government under eral legislation into the domain of Stato and lofew the ot an exercise of its taxing cal Jurisdiction upon the plea of subserving the pretext powers enters gratuitously into partner Â¬ public welfare The preservation ot the parti- Â¬ ship with these favorites to their advantage tions between proper subjects of Federal and and to the injury of a vast majority of our peo- local care and regulation lsot such Importance under the Constitution which is the law ot our ple This Is not equality before the law Tbe existing situation Is injurious to the very existence that no consideration of expedihealth ot our entire body politic It stifles la ency or sentiment should tempt us to enter those for whose benefit it is permitted all pat upon doubtful ground We have undertaken to riotic love ot country and substitutes In its discover and proclaim tho richest blessings of a pi ace selfish greed and grasping avarice De-Â¬ free Government with tho Constitution as our votion to American citizenship for Its own sake gnide Let us follow the way It points out It will and for what It should accomplish as a motive to our nations advancement and the happi not mislead us And surely no one who has ness ot all our people is displaced by the as Â¬ taken upon himself the obligation to support sumption that the Government Instead of beÂ¬ and preserve the Constitution can find justificaing the embodiment of equality is but an inÂ¬ tion or solace for disloyalty in the excuse that strumentality through which especial and indi he wandered and disobeyed in search of a betvidual advantages are to bo gained The ter way to reach the publio welfare than the arrogance ot this assumption Is unconcealed Constitution offers What has been said is It appears in the sordid disregard ot all but deemed not Inappropriate at a time when from personal Interest In the refusal to abate for the a centurys height we view tbe way already benefit ot others one lota of selfish advantage trod by tbe American peoplo and attempt to and In combinations to perpetuate such advan Â¬ discover their future path Tbe seventh Presi tages through eflortsto control legislation and dent of the United States the soldier and Improperly lnflueccc the suffrages of tho peo- statesman and at all times the firm and brave friend of the people In vindication ot his course ple Tbe grievances ot thoso not Included within as the protector ot the popular rights and tbe the circle of these beneficiaries when fully champion ottrue American cltizenshipdeclared me Tho which leads ambition realized will surely arouse Irritation and dis an anxious a desire and is content Our farmers long suffering and pa on tient struggling in the race of lire with the fixed determination to restore to the hardest and unremitting toll will not fall to peoplo unimpaired tbe sacred trust they have see In spite of misrepresentations and mislead confided to my charge To heal the wonnds of ing fallacies that they are obliged to accept the Constitution and to preserve It from further such prices fcr their products as are fixed in violation to persuade my couctrymoc so for foreign markets where they compete with the as I may that It Is cot in a splendid Governfarmers ot tho world that their lands are de-Â¬ ment supported by powerful monopolies and aristocratical establishments that they will find clining in value while their dobts increase and that without compensating favor tbey cro happiness or their liberties protection but in forced by the action of the Government to pay a plain system void ot pomp protecting all for the benefit of others such enhanced prices and granting favors to none dispensing its for the things they need that tho scanty reÂ¬ blessings llko the dews ot heaven unseen and turns of their labor fail to furnish their support unfclt savo In tbe freshness and beauty they or leave no margin for accumulation Our contribute to produce It Is such a Government workingmen enfranchised from all delusions that the genlu- of our people requires such a and no longer frightened by the cry that their one only under which our States may remain wages are endangered by a just revision of our for ages to come united prosperous and free In pursuance ot a constitutional provision tariff laws will reasonably demand through steh revision steadlercraployment cheaper requiring the President from timeof to time to tbe state means of living In their homes freedom for give to the Congress information themselves and their children from the doom of ot the Union I have the satisfaction to announce perpetual servitude and an open door to their that tbe close of the year finds tho United advancement beyond the limits of a laboring States in the enjoyment of domestic tranquility and at peace with all the nations class Since my last anci al message our foreign Others of oar citizens whose comforts and ex penditures are measured by moderate salaries relations have been strengthened and improved by performance of International good offices and fixed Inromes will Insist upon the fairness and Justness of cheapenlngthe cost of necessar and by new and renewed treaties of amity commerce and reciprocal extradition ot crimiies for themselves and their families When to tho selfishness of the beneficiaries nals Those International questions which still ot unjust discrimlnotioa under our laws there all reasonably within the shall be added the dlseonteat of those who suf await settlement are negotiation and there Is fer from s jce discrimination we will realize the I domain of amicable no existing subject of dispute between the foot that the beneflceat purposes of our Govern 5A wi umipu oimes huh UjJL tuiifcu racBt Cepectept upon the patrjfiUfm and conÂ¬ ffl nIO rr a Jr3se volume DR n CO TO NUMBER 26 jpilOFESSIONALOiKDS A WILKES SMITH STarg essx Limited to Rental If orriiTF a MONTANA TJA THE m mm Dentistry JHVC2 tt St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway A MAGNIFICENT Man- Â¬ t PV Sirith Building Maw Street w v ieei iu lyiw w It and Trusts as j ji C MORGAN DDS Â¬ j OFFICE Main 4reet over Mndl IMebmoed Ky naI n DR J- M POYNTZ FHftlAN AND SURGEON V etr Kk DMLYTRfilH SERVICE cThe Montana Express WILL BE INAUGURATED Â¬ Â¬ Second PFFH E Drug Store G street next to jane22if NOVEMBER 10 1888 Elegant Dining Cars Drawing Room Sleepers Handsome Day Coaches and FREE Colonist Sleepers WITH KITCHEN AND LAVATORY W EVANS M D AND SURGEON Â¬ Â¬ PIIYMCIAX OrFK E Becoad street ur- If DRS TAYLOR ASHE fScVionera in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seooud streetever Dykes I Ovxcr Store june22t DR THE ONLY IxLNE TO The Three Great Cities of Montana Â¬ JOHN M FOSTER 1 i drug store on lower Main jaly27 ly Street Richmond Ky pijblC Offi e in For maps and information apply to Averue your borne ticket agent to any agent jjne22tf of tbe company or F I WHITNEY DR PHIL ROBERTS Geni Pass 03 rs his professorial services to tbe Tkt Agt 20- - MAIN STREET Door to Luzons Up Stairs Next Kev Jence at Cor Mala uud Tales Creek GREAT FALLS HELENA and BUTTE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St Paul Minn Â¬ DR U C AMBROSE Office l88g leriiKjn FORD KY hours 2 to 4 eoleok in theaf- - Harpers Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ILLUSTRATED jm e 22 tf Harperb Weekly has a well established AY T SEXSMITH M D place as the leading illustrated newspaper in America The fairness of its editorial IHISICIAN AND SURGEON comments on current politics has earned for it the respect and confidence of all imWHITE HALL KY partial readers and the variety and ex- Â¬ 0 his professional sen ices to the cellence of its literary contents which iu serial and short stories by the f Jagi7 ly t dudemost popular writers fit it for thebestÂ¬ and pe M C Heath J F Cornelison rusal of people of the widest range of tastes and pursuits Supplements are fre- Â¬ HEATH CORNELISON quently provided and no expense is spar ed to bring the highest order of artistic rracticing Physicians ability to bear upon the illustration of the RIPHMOND KENTUCKY changeful phrase of home and foreign his Â¬ fiction from the tory A new cfler their professional services in the pen of William work of Dean Howell and one by Jjanly luuhc Capt Charles King will be among the leading features of the Weekly for 18S9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR IUllic GILES 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LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY OiVeou First Street jauIy Â¬ Â¬ H W BRIGHT M D Â¬ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON UittVDiug Store 2Ulielf RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Â¬ Â¬ Spicial altenlHMi given to Mieroseop- Ical ami Cliemicnl examinations of ti iea and fluids of tbe human body Â¬ Â¬ DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Â¬ Physician end Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Â¬ 0ce 4 Office Special attention git en to diseases women and all difficult chronic cases P Main Street over DM Briehts hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to M Â¬ of Fiuents treated at a distance and H ncopathic raedtciaes sent to any ad- cress mayib iy New Hartae Store Â¬ DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Mediciue Surgery 81 50 Desires to announce that he has RED HOUSE KY opened a new CLAUDE SMITH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oilers bis professional services to public Oflice at Powells store 12- - Hardware tbe AND Stove Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At LaiY RICHMOND KY Bpecial attention given to abstracting uues to lauds in Jastern Kentucky Office in Clibai bulldinc H E Corner Main and Second Street up aire TINWAEE HOUSE AT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No 26 N Second St Armers old stand REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Tho BtnTEBS GUISE la Issued March and Bept each year It Is an ency- Â¬ clopedia oC useful lnfor-mation for all who pur chue the luxuries or tho nftalllA of HfA X7f clothe yoa and furnish Toa with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep eat flsh hunt work go to church or stay at home and in various sizes styles and quantities Just figure out what Is required to do all these things CORFORTABLT and you can makes estimate of the value of tbe BUYEBB GUIDE which will be sent upon receipt of 10 esnts to pay postage Â¬ Â¬ June 22 ti Attorney nam on E T BURNAM Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with C F A R Rur at Iaw jnne 22 First Street tt Attorney at CS J A SULLIVAN RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE n Firt stree same as lormerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 Iy Iaw rn o 14 26 109 20- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to 111 Â¬ Â¬ POWELL Attorney RICHMOND atKY 111 114 MONTGOMERY WARD Michigan Avenue Chicago CO Xxshot Â¬ Office on Second Street jane 22 tf HARRISOH D MILLER IRVINE STREET Next Door to Po6t Office Â¬ Attorney at Law practice adjoining Will A J REED Â¬ in MndlsonanJ tuuiiies aim in the Court or Appeals Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Cierka office june 22 tf Furniture Repairing Done And Mottrii STYLE- - Give him a Call - W Office jjp S MOBERLEY Promptly CARPETS LAID IN FINE 24- - Attorney at Law corner Main and First streets urs over Ramseys 1- FOR SALE OR RENT FOR RSIffT TToiioway sale or rent Place on Hillsdale street for new cottage ou North Apply to Db G W Evans or 21- J Spbed SaiTjr The handsome known as tbe brlcic residence Â¬ Â¬ Four good rooms on First street up Also beautiful ir suiuble for ifflces or bed rooms street for rent Apply to G W Wit US Â¬ not susceptible of satisfactory adjustment by franU diplomatic ehtioatmcnt The questions between Great iJritaih and the United States relating to the rights Of American fishermen under treaty and international comity in the territorial waters ot Canada and Newfoundland I regret to say are cot satisfactorily adjusted These matwere fully treated In my message to the ters Senate of February SO 1ES8 together with which a convention concluded under my au- Â¬ thority with her Majestys government on the lBlh of February last for the removal Ot all cause of misUn lerstandtng was submitted by me for the approval of the Senate This treaty having been rejeoled by the Senate 1 transmitted a message to the Congress on the S8d ot August last reviewing the transactions and submitting for consideration certain recommendations for legislation concerning the Important questions involved Afterward on the lith ot September in re sponse to a resolution ot the Senate I again communicated tally all the Information In my possession as to the action or the Government or Canada effecting tbe commercial relation be tween the Dominion and ths United States including the treatment of American fishing ves sels In the ports end waters ot British North America The communications have all been published and therefore opened to the lihotl edge ot both Bouses ot Congress although tw0 were addressed to thb Senate alone Comment Upon or repetition of their contents would be superfluous and I am not aware that any thing has since occurred Jrblch should be added to tbe tacts therein stated Therefore I merely repeat as applicable id the present time the statement which will be found In my message to the Senate of SeptemThat since March 3 lbST no caso ber 13 last has been reported to tbe Department of State wherein complaint has been made of unfriendly or unlawful treatment ot American fishing vessels on the part of tbe Canadian authorises In which reparation was not promptly and satis factorlly obtained by tho United States Consm Having essayed in the General at Halifax discharge or my dnty to procure by negotiation tho settlement of a long standing cause ot dis Â¬ pute and to rcmov i a constant menace to the good relations bf the twb countries and contin Â¬ uing to be of the opinion that tbe treaty of Feb Â¬ ruary last which failed to receive the approval ot the Senate did supply a satisfactory prac- Â¬ tical and final adjustment upon a basis honorable and just to both parties ol the dlfit cultand vexed question to which It related and having subsequently and hnavalllngly re Â¬ commended other legislation to Congress which I hoped would suffice to meet the exigency created by the rejection of the treaty I cow again evoke the earnest and immediate attention of the Congress to the condition of this im- Â¬ portant question as It cow stands before them and the country and for the settlement ot which I am deeply solicitous Near the close of the month of October last occurrences of a deeply regretable nature were brought to my knowledge which made 11 my painful imperative duty but to obtain with as little delay as possible a new personal channel of diplomatic Intercourse In this country with the Government of Great Britain The correspondence In relation to this incident will in due course be laid before you and will disclose the unpardonable conduct of the official referred to in his interference by ad vice and counsel with the suffrages of Ameri can citizens In tbe very crisis of the Presidential election then near at hand and also In his subsequent public declarations to justify his action superadding impugnment of the Executive and Senate of the United States In con nectlon with Important questions now pending in oontrov ersy between the two Governments The offense thus committed was most grave Involving disastrous posibllltles to the good relations of the United States and Great Britain constituting a gross breach of diplomatic privilege and an Invasion of the purely domestlo affairs and essential sovereignty of tbe Govern- Â¬ ment to which the Envoy was accredited HavÂ¬ ing first fulfilled tho just demands ot Interna tional comity by according free opportunity for Her Majestys Government to act In relief ot the situation I considered prolongation of dis- Â¬ cussion to be unwarranted and thereupon do clincd to further recognize the diplomatic character ot the person whose continuance In such function would destroy tbe mutual confidence which is essential to the go ol understanding ol tho two Governments and was inconsistent with the welfare and self respect or the Gov- Â¬ ernment ot the United States The usual interchange of communication has since continued through Her Majestys egntiou in this city My endeavor to establish by international co operation hieasures for the prevention of the extermination ot fur seals in Behring Sea have not been relaxed and I have hopes ol being enabled shortly to submit an effective and satisfactory conventional project with tho maritime powers for the approval ot the Senate The coastal boundary be Â¬ tween our Alaskan possessions and British Columbia I regret to say has not received the attention demanded by its importance and which on several occasions heretofore I have had the honor to recommend to the Congress The admitted Impracticability 11 not impossibility ol making an accurate and precise survey and demarkatlon or the boun- Â¬ dary line as It is recited in the treaty with Rus sia under which Alaska was ceded to the United States renders it absolutely requisite for the prev ention of international jurisdictional complications that adequate appropriation for a reconnoisence and survey to obtain proper knowledge ot the locality and the geographical features or the boundary should be authorized by Congress with as little delay as possible Knowledge to be only thus obtained Is an es- Â¬ sential prerequisite for negotiation for ascertaining a common boundary or as preliminary to any other mode of settlement It Is much to be desired that some agree ment should be reached with her Majestys Government by which the damage to Ute and property on tho great lakes may bo alleviated by removing or humanely regulating the ob- Â¬ stacles to reciprocal assistance to wrecked or stranded vessels The act ol June 19 1878 which offers to Canadian vessels free access to our Inland waters In aid ot wrecked or disabled vessels has not yet become effective through concurrent action ot Canada Tbe due urotcction of our citizens of French origin or descent from claim or military service In the event ot their returning to or visiting France has called forth correspondence which was laid before you at the last session In the absenco ol conventional agreement as to naturalization which Is greatly to be desired this Government sees no occasion to recede from tbe eound position it has maintained not only with regard to France but as to all coun- Â¬ tries with which the United States have not concluded special treaties Twice within the last year has the imperial household ot Germany been visited by death and 1 have hastened to express the sorrow ot this people and their appreciation of the lofty character ot tbe late aged Emperor William and their sympathy with the heroism under suffering of his son the late Emperor Fred erick I renew my recommendation of two years a go for the passage of a bill for refunding to certain German steamship lines of the Inter est upon tocage dues illegally exacted On the 12th of April last I laid before the Bouse ot Representatives full Information respecting our interests In Samoa and in the subsequent correspondence on the same subject which will bo laid before you In due course the history ot events In thoso Islands will be found In a message accompanying my approval on the first day ot October last ot a bill for tho exclusion of Chinese laborers I laid before Con- Â¬ gress full Information and all correspondence touching the negotiation of the treaty with CM na concluded at this capital on tho 12th day of March 1883 and which having been confirmed by the Senate with certain amendments was rejected by the Chinese Government This message contained a recommendation that a sum of money be appropriated as compensation to Chinese subjects who have suffered injuries at the hands of lawless men within our Juris Â¬ diction Such appropriation having been duly made the fund awaits reception by the Chinese Government It Is sincerely hoped that by the cessation ot the Influx of this class of Chlneie subjects la accordance with tho expressed wish of both governments a cause ot unkind feeling has been permanently removed On the Sth ot August 1887 notification was given by the Japanese Minister at this Capital of the adjournment ot the conference for the revision ot the treaties of Japan with foreign powers owing to the objection of his Govern ment to the provision In the draft Jurisdictional convention which required tho submission ot the criminal code of the Empire to the powers in advance of Its becoming operative This notification was however accompanied with an assurance of Japans intention to continue the work of revision Notwithstanding this temporary Interruption of negotiations It Is hoped that improvement may soon be secured In the jurisdictional sys tem as respects foreigners In Japan and relief afforded to that country from the present undue and oppressive foreign control In matters of commerce I earnestly recommend that relief be provided for the Injuries accidentally caused to Japanese subjects In the Island of Iklslma by the target practice of ono of our vessels A diplomatic mission from Cores has been re- Â¬ ceived and the formal Intercourse between the two countries contemplated by the treaty of 18821 s cow established Legislative provision is hereby recommended to organize and equip consular courts In Corea Persia has established diplomatic represen tation at ths capital and has evinced very great interest in tho enterprise and achieve ments of our citizens I am therefore hope Â¬ ful that beneficial commercial relations be tween the two countries may be brought about I uanoucce with sincere regret that Haytibas again become the theater ot Insurrection disorder and bloodshed 1 he titular government of President Solomon baa been forcibly over thrown ard he driven out ot tbe country to France where be has since died The tenure btten to unstable ajald UiS war of of power Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ factions that has ensued since the expulatoh of President EoVoman that no government consti tuted by tbe will bt the Haytlea people has beefe febghil as administering responsibly the affairs of that oountrj Our representative has been instructed to ab stain from interference between tbe warring factions and a vessel of our Navy has been sent to the Ilaytien waters to sustain our Min Â¬ ister and for the protection ot the persons and property ot American citizens Due precau tions have been taken to enforce our neutrality laws had prevent our territory from becoming the base ot military Supplies for either ot tbe wafting factions UJtdfcr exIor ot a blookade of which no reasonable notfef had bben given and which does cot appear to have been efcl ciently maintained a seizure of vessels undei tbe American flag has been reported and in consequence measures to prevent and redress any molestation of our Innocent merchantmen have teen adopted Proclamation was duly made on the Sth day of November 1887 ot the coaventiooal exten sions ot the treaty or June S 1876 with Hawaii under whleh relations of such special and beoe ficient intercourse have been created In the as t field ot oriental commerce now unfolded from our Pacific borders no featuro presents stronger recommendations for Con gressional aetlon than the establishment of communication by skb marino telegraph with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was ltiM notwithstanding the payment of more tkaa Ave miUkm dollars for pensions la excess of what was paid for that purpsse in the latter mentioned year The revenues ot the Government for the year C3dijig Jine 391888 ascertained for tbe quarter ended September 30 1SSS and estimated for the remainder of tbe time aiBCttet to t377O00OOIX and the actual and estimated ordinary expendi Â¬ tures for tbe same year are g7030C0 leaving an estimated surplus of 1 104600000 The estimated receipts for the year ending June 30 180 are t77 000000 and the estimated ordinary expenditures for the same time are showing a Surplus ot IKtl2K 147576748881 BllftJ Tlie ClotKier AT McKEES OLD STAND Tbaforegoing statements of surplus do cot take mto account the sum necessary to be ex pended to meet the requirements of the sinkÂ¬ ing fund act amounting te raore than 147000000 Â¬ Cor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky annually Tbe cost of correcting the cu slots revenues for tbe last fiscal year was 344 per cent for tbe year 1885 it was 377 per cent The excess ot internal revenue taxes col- Â¬ lected during the last fiscal year over those col- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Honolulu The geographical position Of the Hawaiian Group In relation to our Pacific States cre- Â¬ growth ol time and or commerce with that close neighbor and sister Republic confirm the judgment so expressed The precise re location of our boundary line Is needful and adequate appro- Â¬ priation is now recommended It is with sincere satisfaction that I am ena bled to advert to tho spirit ot good neighborhood and friendly co operation and conciliation that has marked the correspondence and action ot the Mexican authorities in their share or tho task ot maintaining law and order about tbe line of our common boundary Tbe long pending boundary dfspute between Costa Rica and Nicaragua was referred to my arbitration and by an award made on the 22d of March last the question has teen finally settled to the expressed satisfaction of both of the parties in interest The Empire of Brazil In abolishing tho last vestige of slavery among the Christian nations called forth the earnest congratuations ot this Government In expression or tho cordial sympathies ol our people The claims ol nearly all other countries against Chili growing out or her late war with Bolivia and Peru have been disposed of either by arbitration or by a lamp settlement Similar claims of our citizens will continue to be urged upon the Chilean Government and it is hoped will not be subject to further delays A comprehensive treaty ot amity and commerce with Peru was proclaimed on November 7 last and It is expected that under its operation mutual prosperity and good understanding will be promoted In pursuance of the policy of aroltratlon a treaty to settle the claim ot Santos an Ameri-Â¬ can citizen against Ecuador has been concluded under my authority and will be duly sub- mittcd for approval of tho Senate Like disposition of the claim of Carlos But- terfleld against Denmark and of VanBokel len Haytt will probably be made and I trust the principle of such settlements may be ex- tended In practice under the approval ot the Senate Through unforeseen causes foreign to the will of both Governments the ratification of the convention of December 5 I860 with Ven- Â¬ ezuela for the rehearing of claims ot citizens or the United States under the treaty or 1S66 failed to exchange within the term provided and a supplementary convention further extending the time for exchange of ratification and explanatory of an ambiguous provision ot the prior convention now awaits the advice and consent ot the Senate Although this matter In the stage referred concerns only the concurrent treaty making power ot one branch of Congress 1 advert to it In view or the Interest repeatedly and oon spiciously shown by you In your legislative capacity In lavor or a speedy and equitable adjustment ot the question growing out ot the discredited judgments ot the previous mixed commission or Caracas With every desire to do justice to the representations or Venezuela In this regard the time seems to have come to ond this matter and I trust the prompt con- firmaUon by both parties ot the supplementary action ref erred to will avert the need or legisla tive or other action to prevent the longer with holding such rights of actual claimants as may be shown to exist As authorized by the Congress preliminary steps have been taken tor tbe assemblage at this Capital during the coming year ot tbe representatives of South and Central American States together with those of Mexico Baytl and San Domingo to dis-Â¬ cuss sundry Important monetary and com Â¬ mercial topics Excepting In those oases where from reasons of contiqulty ot ter- Â¬ ritory and the existence of a border line Incapable of being guarded reciprocal commer- Â¬ cial treaties may bo found expedient It Is be- Â¬ lieved that commercial policies inducing freer mutual exchange ot products can be most advantageously arranged by Independent but co Â¬ operative legislation In the mode last men- Â¬ tioned tbe conttpl ot our taxation tor revenue will be always retained It our own hands unrestricted by conventional agreements with other the lapse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o f interest which our present treaties were In- Â¬ tended to foster and which make close com Â¬ munication a logical and commercial necessity The wisdom ol concluding a treaty or com- Â¬ mercial reciprocity with Mexico has been here- Â¬ tofore stated In my message to Congress and ates a natural inter dependency and mutualiy lected for the year ended June 30 1887 was B 48947498 and the cost of ooHeetlag this rev enue decreased from 4 per cent In 1887 to less than 33 per cent for tbe last year The tax oolleetedon oleomargarine was 72394804 tor the year ending June 301837 and 884138 88 for tho following year The requlrments of the Sinking Fund Act have been met for the year ending June 90 1668 and tot the eurreat year also by the par chase of bonds After complying with this law as positively required and bonds suff- Â¬ icient for that purpose has been bought at a premium It was deemed cot prudent to further expend the surplus in such purchases un til Ihe authority to do so should be more explicit A rSsolukm however having been passed by both Houses tit Congress removing all doubt as to executive authority dally purchases of bonds were commenced on the SM dayot April 1SSS and have continued until the present time By this plan bonds ot the Government not yet due have been purchased up to and Including the 30th day of November 1833 amounting to 94700400 the preÂ¬ mium paid thereon amounting to 117103 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liM JLar9 HATS CAPS GEHTS FURNISHING GOODS TRUHRS VALISES Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c 61304 j Handkerchiefs A variety of Gloves Hosiery governments In conformity also with Congressional au thority the maritime powers have been Invited to confer in Washington In April next upon the practicability ot devising uniform rules and measures for the greater security of lire and property at sea A disposition to accept on the part of a number ofiho powers has already been manifested and It the ro opcrattou ot the nations chiefly interested shall be secured important results may be confidently anticipated The act of June 86 188 and the nets amend- Â¬ atory thereof In relation to tonaged duties have given rise to extended correspondence with foreign nations with whom we have ousting treaties of navigation and commerce and have caused wide and regretable divergence of opinion In relation to the Imposition of tbe duties referred to These questions are Important and I shall make them tbe subject of a special and more detail communication at the present session With tho rapid increase of Immigration to our shores and the facilities of modern travel abuses of tho generous privileges afforded by our naturalization laws call for their careful revision The easy and unguarded manner in which certificates of American citizenship can cow be obtained bas induced a class unfortunately large to avail themselves of the opportunity to become absolved from allegiance to their native land and yet by a foreign residence to escape any just duty and con- Â¬ tribution ot service to the country of their pro- Â¬ posed adoption Thus while evading tbe duÂ¬ ties ot citizenship to tbe United States they may make prompt cla m for National protec- Â¬ tion and demand its intervention in their be Â¬ half International complications ot a serious nature arise and the correspondence of the State Department discloses the great number and complexity ot the questions which have been raised Our laws regulating tho Issue of tho pass Â¬ ports should be carefully revised and the Insti- Â¬ tution ot a central bureau of registration at the Capital Is again strongly recommended By this means full particulars cf each case or naturalization In the United States would be secured and properly indexed and recorded and thus many cases of spurious citizen ship would be detected and unjust re- Â¬ The responsibilities would bo avoided organization ot tho consular service Is a matter of serious Importance to our National Interests The number of existing principal consular offices Is believed to be greater than is at all necessary for the conduct of public bus- Â¬ iness It needs not alter our policy to maintain more than a moderate number of principal offices each supported by a salary sufficient to enable the Incumbant to live in comfort and so distributed as to secure the convenient supervision through subordinate agencies of affairs over a considerable district I repeat the recommendations heretofore made by me that tbe appropriations for the maintenance of our diplomatic consular service should be recast that the so called notarial or unofficial fees which our representatives abroad are cow permitted to treat as personal perquisites Bhould be forbidden that a system ot consular Inspection should be instituted and that a limited number ot Secretaries of Lega tion at Large should be authorized Preparations tor the Centennial celebration on April 30 1689 of the Inauguration ot George Washington as President ot tbe United States at the city of New York have been made by a voluntary organization of the citizens ot that locality and believing that an opportunity should be afforded for the expression ot the in terest felt throughout tho country In this event I respectfully recommend fitting and action by Congress on behalf of the people ot the United States The report of the Secretary of the Treasury exhibits In detail the condition of our National finances and the operations of the several branches of the Government related to his department The total ordinary revenues of tho Govern moat for the fiscal year ended June 3 1888 amounted to 1879298074 78 of which 519091 173 3 was received from customs duties and 1121 230871 98 from Internal revenue taxes The total receipts from all sources exceeded those for tho fiscal year ended June 0 1837 by t78SS7V710 The ordinary expenditures of tho flssal year ending J cue 8J 1888 were 169653 S58S7 leaving a surplus ot tllS612lloe The decrease In these expenditures as com pared yth tftq fiscal ya ended June 39 18S7 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L The premium added to the principal ot these represents an Investment yielding about two per cent interest tef the time tbey still had to run and tbe saving to tho Government represented by the difference between the amount ot interest at two per cent upon the sum paid for tbe principal and premium aad what it would have paid for Interest at the rate specified on the bonds If they had run to their maturity 13 127163000 At about first slfht to seein this would a prof- Â¬ be itable and sensible transaction on the part of the Government but as suggested by the Sec- Â¬ retary of tbe Treasury the surplus thug ex pended for the purchase of bonds was money drawn from the people In excess of any actual need of the Government and was so expended rather than to allow It to remain Idle In the Treasury If this surplus under the operation of Just and equitable laws had been left In the hands of the people It would have been worth In their business at least 6 per cent per annum Deducting from the amount of Interest upon the principal and premium ot these bonds for the time they had to run at the rate ot C percent the saving of 3 per cent made for tho people by the purchase of such bonds the loss will appear to be 357690J0 This circulation would seem to demonstrate that it excessive and unnecessary taxation Is continued and the Government Is forced to pursue this policy of purchasing its own bonds at the premiums whkh it will be necessary to pay the loss to the people will be hundreds ot millions of dollars Since the purchase of bonds was undertaken as mentioned nearly all that have been offered were at last accepted It has been made quiet apparent that tbe Government was in danger ot being subjected to combinations to raise their price as appears by the Instance cited by the Secretary of the offering ol bonds of the par value of only 398000 so often that the aggre Â¬ gate of the sums demanded for their purebasa amounted to more than 19700000 Notwithstanding tho large sums paid out la the purchase of bonds the surplus In the Treas Â¬ ury on the 30th day of November 1883 was IS3 23461001 After deducting about 0X000 just drawn out for the payment of pensions at tbe close of the fiscal year ended June w law there had been coined under the oompulsory 98S480 In silver dollars silver coinage act toi013N of which were in the hands of the 30th day of June 1688 there people On the and of this 366 bad bees coined B997087i 899303 was in circulation in coin and XO 387376 In silver certificates for the redemption of which silver dollars to that amount were held by the Government 312570 On tbe 3th day of November 1888 31970988 of tbe silver 990 had been coined were actually la etrealatioa aad dollars 443346 in certificates The Secretary recommends the suspension ot the farther coinage of silver aad in sack rec-Â¬ ommendation I earnestly concur For farther valuable Information and timely recommenda tions I ask the careful attention of the Con gress to tbe Secretarys report The President then reviews the reports or the Cabinet officers commencing wth tbat ot the Secretary of War going fully Into the de tails of these reports and seconded the recom The memlattons made by tbe Cabinet officers death of General Sheridan Is referred to laÂ¬ touching terms Tbe report of the Secretary of the Navy already made public Is re viewed at length In regard to pensions he says Oae hundred and two different rates of pen Â¬ sions are paid to these beneficiaries ranging from K to 11666 per month The amount paid for pension durlni the fiscal year was 18775 66192 being an Increase over tho preceding Â¬ Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times priatr W B WHITE DP AR1M jaSWEiLER THE MAIN STREET Is the place to go if you want anything in Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Canes Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives li Domestic Sewing Macliines AND ALL KINDS OF SEWING MAOniNE NEEDLES ALL KINDS OF t7 Eijse Watch Work DONE ON SHORT NOTICE I have Mr J E Wolverkm f Cincinnati a first claes workman to attend to the watch repairing 111 id Â¬ Â¬ A as Â¬ department BRSnJG IN YOUR- Â¬ - Old Gold VijnjroV 22SS SSSSSSSSSSiEm jVj ea SB a he yearof538S0 2i Th6 number of pensioners added to the rolls during the fiscal year ended June 30 1888 Is 68253 and Increase of pension was granted In 46716 eases The names of 15730 pensioners were dropped from the rolls durÂ¬ ing the year for various causes and at the close of the year the number of the pensioners of all Of classes receiving pensions was 45557 these there were 606 survivors of tbe war of 1813 10787 widows of those who served In tbat war 16860 sokUers of tbe Mextean war and 510 1 widows of sold soldiers The message closes with reference to a report of the Commissioners otth District ot Colum- Â¬ bia and certain recommendations In behalf of the Government and of the charitable Institu Â¬ tions of the District and SILVER and iff pet new goods for it or the Hi are not ip- er-- O - S3 EtSACiCtU JSCRIBNErV MAGAZINE liSlfilgVI w a Ocesii on 1i SCRIBJNIERS If a Girl Is Born and Jfcr In January she will bo a prudent housewife given to melancholy but good temper If in February humane and affection nto wifo and tender mother If in April inconstant not very in- Â¬ telligent but likely to bo good-looki- MAGAZINE - If in Slay handsome amiable and likely to be happy If in Juno impetuous will marry early and bo frivolous If in July passably handsome but with a sulky temper If in August amiable and practical and likely to marry rich If in September discreet affable and much liked If in October pretty and coquettish and likely to bo unhappy If in November liberal kind and of a mild disposition If In December well proportioned fond of novelty and extravagant St Louis Republic My dear a fond husband re marked the other day I have talked with Dr Mildew about your case and so I have brought you a pair of dia- Â¬ Oh how lovely mond earrings she exclaimed and then after amo mont of ecstatic admiration she added but I dont seo what this has to do Why in tho first with exercise you will was tho answer place go out more and get much mora fresh air and in tho second you will be con- Â¬ tinually rmtting tip your hands to as suro yourself that tho diamonds are not She Inter Â¬ lost and in that way rupted him with some saucy remark but hi imprudence was forgiven for tho sake of his gift Boston Couriar m 55SSSSSQKesa5C Ives its readers literature of lasting inter-f est aad value it is fully and beautifully eJ bgasXg illustrated and has already gained a more than xiatlonal circulation exceeding- 12500Q L v a yi copies monthly r ats tPRlCE 25 CENTS A NUMBER-- I 53 A YEAR us wilh Messrs wmEmm233Em VMESZMZ3i Charles 5cribncTS Sons the publisher enable te a to ofTcp SCRIBNERS MAGAZINE with the CLIMAX AT 265 PER YEAR t THE Bj5sisR Jill 1METT PATENT SEAT FASTENER ihe MUST AID BIST in it SEAT FASTENER y Ml li -- il EVER MINTED SiOO cent la malt br partiesSpurchaiiiigstamps or these per dozen sets Seat Fasteners terrttorr to an Sameie tan It ockl the seat firmly sad immorablr aad ret ItTownbe changed laState tattaat for Safe avst fltstiU aad Coantr and will bo 10M at a tht low Agare AMma IS Y-A F S IIADOER tiljurn rrF Ji1 Conductor said a Chicago man on board an Illinois Central train in a aro you sure wo loud tqne of voice Yes we havent passed St Louis are twenty mllesjthls side yet Thi3 Yea train stops there doosnt it Well dont fail to let mo know whoa you get there Then ho settled him Â¬ self back in his seat and smiled when a St Louis citizen leaned across the aisle and asked him if any new buildings had been put up in Chicago since tho fire A fence Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Mouldings Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Kichmond Ky mayj tf Hongli and Dressed Lumber B IL MYERS STRATTON Business College fill S3T IYANT wholly y hole that is knot holey Yonkers Gazette Is not IiookKeeVinu8hortTItmdTeteQrphvU Write fbr Cumfoywa ami full infrrawtton baltf 4StgOIl fcfc9 V ItakEM IfY 1 CT rv V composed and we find as a matter of history that It is the only town save Sioux city from which the stench aris Â¬ PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ing is so great that the man in the moon is compelled to hold his nose BY THE while passing over Co In fact when we sent out nn exploring expedition for the champion liar of the world tbey found after searching FRENCH TIPTON Editors everywhere more liars to the square Wm G WHITE J inch in Wichita than in any twenty FIUCE PER TEAR 150 combined states in your union and that the choice lay between your real WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 i968 estate agents and the editor of the Wiohita Eagle The exploring party finally brought See Presidents message on first In a part of the laud agents leaving the Eagles editor behind as he would Pg- have to undergo the drying process See remarkable oiler of being entirely too green to burn The very clever manner in which books free to subsoribers of The your subjects have done us all up in GldMAX the many crimes too numerous to The inauguration of Gen Diaz mention have caused all our best dev M President of Mexico was wit Â¬ lis to turn green with envy and we nessed by twenty thousand peo- Â¬ could not at this late hour jeopardize our best interests by too close associa- Â¬ ple tion with you No we do not tii ink the plan a good ULO0D AT BIRMINGHAM one and your council ought to have A man named Uawes was put known that it could not ha e worked in the first place therefore for a 2M jail at Birmingham Alabama oh Saturday charged with murder- Â¬ thoughtful care for our now peaceable ing ins wife and child Talk management the prayer of your peti Â¬ of lynching him caused the Sheriff tion is rejected aud we cheerfully rec- Â¬ and the Chief of Police to station ommend that you fence in yonr towu themselves with a strong posse in aud start a bell of your own Hoping that you and around the jail A crowd col suggestion will properly act upon our we remain in the streets at night and lected Yours with the greatest respect moved toward the jail The pos Â¬ SatansOwx Cjiikf- se fired a terrible volley into the No denial of such envious flings is crowd killing and wonding sixteen demanded at our hands THE CLIMAX Climax Paintikg or enable the city of New York to enjoy should be held until better prices could the Thanksgiving feust be obtained than now will apparently Mr George Lancaster lias sold bis be offered It was also urged that the farm of 235 acres 2 miles from Lex future crops should be so collued to a ington on the Harrodsburg pike to reasonable production as to obtain for Messrs W C Applegate and Charles the farmers a remunerative price for their labor A committee was appoint Â¬ McMeekin at 135 per acre ed to correspond with farmers in the SDGofT of Clark county deliver- Â¬ counties composing the White Burley ed to Lehman Bro- - 100 cattle aver- Â¬ district with a view to having all the aging 1780 lbs They were sold at 6 counties in the district to meet in a cents per lb aud will be shipped to convention to adopt such resolutions as London England for Christmas would inure to the benefit of all and A farm of 150 acres of land in Bell also to pool the present crop until satis- Â¬ county which could have been pur- Â¬ factory prices could be obtained chased three years ago for 10 per acre Is It Any Wonder was sold to the American Association That Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ for 45000 or about 180 per acre covery outsells all other blood and liver Mr Wetherby shipped Monday last medicines since it possesses such supe- Â¬ nearly 2000 pounds of turkeys to Bos Â¬ rior curative properties as to warrant ton Mass For the past ten days he its manufacturers in supplying it to the has shipped on an average a thousand people as they are doing through pounds daily Owingsville Outlook druggists under conditions such as no other medicine is sold under viz that Messers Wakefield Moreiand Co have shipped to New York in the last it must either benefit or cure the pa- Â¬ two weeks nearly thirty loads of fat tient It cures all diseases arising cattle One shipment of ten car loads from deranged liver or from impure liver com- Â¬ was made last week Danville Aodvo blood as biliousness plaint all skin aud scalp diseases cate rheum hip joint disease and Kin- Â¬ Mr W C France of Highland Fjtrm salt ailments dred has sold to Mr Samual Grambrel of San 500 Reward for an incurable case Francisco a yearling colt Price Red by Red Wilkes dam Mattie Scout Mam of chronic Nasal Catarrh offered by briuo Patchen for 2500 Lexington the manufacturers of Dr Sages Ca- Â¬ tarrh Remedy 50 cents by druggists Press Â¬ TRIBUTE OP RESPECT At his residence near Union City Madison county Ky November 27th 188S Horace Park died in the 67th year of bis age He was buried with the usual ceremonies ot the Masouio brethren Whereas death has invaded our midst and removed from J D Hamil- Â¬ ton Lodge No 578 F A M our beloved brother Be it 1 Jlcsolved That in his death the community has lost an honorable citi Â¬ zen and a kind friend while his lodge has lost a worthy and faithful member whose memory will be kludly cherish- Â¬ ed by our fraterulty 2 That the sympathy of this lodge be tenderly extended the family in this their sad bereavment 3 That a copy of these resolutions bo presented to the family and a copy be sent to The Climax with request for publication 4 That the members of this lodge wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days Done by order of J D Hamilton Lodge No 578 F AM James W Bonney T J Fain Nov 29 18S8 The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing Ever Shown in Richmond LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or our line at LOWER We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such anything in PIES AN YDU EVER BOUGHT THEM 1ST BEFORE Martin Gentry i Committee Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces HOWS THIS All th Latest Styles in Suits5 Â¬ Â¬ Ovreats9 c Â¬ men The friends of the killed and wounded claim that the crowd did not meau to attack the jail that many in the crowd were ad vising peace The Sheriff and Chief of Police were arrested You can safely presume that an other mob will not soon appear in We notice that they Alabama have ceased in Kentucky since the Ashland affair Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS ADVICE TO JUDGE LILY i Courier Journal is quoted go that our readers ma see how a man looks after the hide is taken off of him Judge lily at whose solicitation Gov Buckner recently ordered troops to Perry county is in Frankfort begging for a military eceort to accompany him through the remaining counties of his district This appears to be the very height of absurdity and as Gov refused Buckner has recent Judge Lilys request it is fair to presume that be will do so again Judge Lily is a Republican the counties of his district are Repub lican If lie is so afraid of the men who elected him to a judgeship that he dare not venture among tliem without a military guard he sitould resign There are dozens of Democratic lawyers in the district equally capable with himself and far braver than he teems to be who will go un guarded to every court house in the district and Itold the courts at their regular terms if the county omcials will but do their duty Kentucky needs no bayonets at her court house doors she needs fearless judges only the Â¬ Â¬ lite subjoined paragraph lrom Rev William Ij Parker rector of Christ church at Oswego N Y disap peared last Friday after conducting services aud lias not since been seen He was in debt aud it is feared by bis friends that in a fit of mental aberration be has committed suicide Mr Parker read both the marriage and burial serv- Â¬ ices of Lieut Dauenhower one of the noted survivors of the ill fated Jeanette Artie exdedition In 1664 David Roberts killed Jas Kendall in Morgan county hiding his body uuder a brush pile Roberts tiieu fled to Missouri where he remained in safety until 1SS6 when the son of his victim discovered his whereabouts and caused ills arrest and return to Ken- Â¬ tucky He was tried convicted and senetneed to 21 years in the penitenti- Â¬ ary The case was taken to the Court of Appeals whicli sustained the lower court Roberts is about 65 years old Dock Baily the youngster of the three Baily brothers who killed John L Howard in Proctor In 18S5 was dis charged from the penitentiary uuder me new raroie law on the 14th uit He was sent up from Estill county in March 1857 for three years and so had served out more than half his time If his behavior is good while he is out on parole he will not be reim prisoned but for any misconduct he may be arrested and returned to nrison at any lime during the remainder of ms term of service Beattyville En terprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLAY AND THE CABINET 11 - of the wltole country owes an un paid debt of gratitude to any liv ing man it is to Cassius M Claj He was one of the pillars and mainstays of the Republican par ty in it6 formative period and worked with Lin coln Gerrit Smith Wm Lloyd Garrison and the other fathers in the Republican Isreal in framing and building tlie party and in leading it on to its long career of victory and success and of these great Republican light none con tributed more to tlte partys success than Cassius M Clay It was easy enough to be an Aboli tionist in the North thirty or fort years ago but it meant something to be one in Kentucky Mr Clays services to the party have ot been sufficiently recognized and his case offers Mr Harrison an opportunity for doing the graceful and proper thing by ap pointing him to a cabinet position Mr Clay it is true is advanced in years but his eye is not dimmed neither is his natural force abat odM He is jounger now than many men at sixty and gives promise of many years of useful ness yet to come Shall it be said that Republicans like Republics are ungrateful Â¬ Â¬ Harrisons Cabinet the Lexington Transcript says if the Republican part not only of Kentucky but Â¬ Referring to maioiral for Mr About ten days or two weeks ago a man well dressed and to all appear Â¬ ances a gentleman applied to Wake Lee for a buggy and pair of field horses to drivs to a neighboring town He was accommodated with the best rig in the stable aud secured the team for a trip to Hustonviile and McKin ney The gentleman must have con cluded to prolong his trip as up to this writing he had not been heard of nor can the owners find any trace of their turnout The conclusion is therefore that tbey have been victimized Dan ville Advocate hand-in-han- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At a quarter past four yesterday afternoon the jury in the case of Thomas Agee charged witii murder in the kill ing of Dode Jenkins retired to make a verdict Three of the jurymen were for bringing in a verdict of manslaughter but the other nine soon convinced them that Agee was being tried not for what he had doue but that which he did not do After half an hour bad been consumed in discission a verdict of acquittal was rendered aud when it was read Agee broke down and cried like a child He promised his counsel he would never drink any more whis- Â¬ ky and would try to be a better man Lexington Press Jadge A E Richards Attorney of the Louisville Southern Railroad and Mr Wm Cornwall Jr President of the Three Forks improvement Com Â¬ pany have been here tills week look Â¬ ing after the interests of the railroad and the company They have pur chased several hundred acres of laud surrounding the present or what will soon be called the old town and pro pose to make it the most beautiful town in the mountains They do nothing by halves when they get started Stranger if you have not heretofore taken an interest in this booming place come aud take a look as the wheels begin to role Beatty Â¬ ville Enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T1IE DEVIL AT WICHITA As many of i h V WSenita we dip the subjoined from tlte Daily Eagle of that oity Wkbita will uever fail for want of advertising Good nr bad fclie is being ceetiaually talked about from one end ef the continent to the other The Peoria Journal contains a letter from a ibh signing himself W H Thomas who claims to live in Chicago After deBOBBeing our oity as the town that knows ho night the Sodom aod Go lBorrah of Kansas the habitation of tkieyee thugs sand baggers pickpock Â¬ ets etc eta gambling bells nigger tMve9 and bouses of ill shape all have an abtdiag place here the real estate etgasofrent em and sell em catch ere and skin em hang promiscuously everywhere this mint from the high Â¬ ly moral town of Chicago goes on to say that things had readied sueh a pitch that tne city couuoil through It mayor bent a formal proposition to the devil to attadi the place to hell His infernal majesty from a corner of bis pialooiau regions acknowledges the receipt of the communication but very emphatically declines the honor We guess we might as wdl give bis majestys reply In full Devils Headquarters North Corner or Hell July 5 1SSS To t he Honora Â¬ ble Mayor and City Council Wiohita Kansas Dear Sirs Your coramu Dieation came duly to hand and con Â¬ tents carefully anted and In reply most nay that at a general meeting now assembled your petition being properly placed before us was acted upon Ween noteee the good that would come to oursdvea by annexing Wichita to our present territory We Lave oft iimeo heard or the very ele Â¬ gant material of which jour town is w people are interested CONCERNING FARMERS J L Cogar of Midway bought last week 4000 barrels of corn at 150 per barrel WT P Ruble of Garrard bought on Friday of H B Campbell 41 feeding cattle at S3 65 weight 1330 lbs Milton Young of Fayette county bought the imp French stallion Ulan at the late Turners sale in St Louis Owen News says J A Woods DRIP ROCK sold to J W Ewbanks of Boone coun- Â¬ Mr Isaac Parsons lias left for a visit ty 81 head of Southdown sheep at 575 per head He also sold Monday to J to Illinois and may be gone some time B Harrison 51 head of fine ewes at Mrs Nannie Fry widow of the late 5 25 per head John Fry of Lexington Ky has The HarrodsburgSayings and Doings moved to this county to live witii her mother Mrs Luoinda Lyttle says Divine Russell Co of Dix ville this county shipped 1200 turkeys The matrimonial fever has broke out and 250 geese over the Louisville South- Â¬ in tills county again and carried oQ ern last Monday They received 7 six couples At the residence of John cents a pound for the turkeys and 650 Blantou November 15th by the Rev a dozen for tlie ceese A C Lainliart James Hyatt and MrF B Harper was offered 18000 Martha Powell at tlie residence of W for the racing qualities of Laviuia Bell S Blanton by Rev A B Williams November 15 C M Powell and Anne but declined saying 75000 would be no object Mr Harper has more liza Blanton at the residence of M money than he knows how to mauage Richaidson November 22 R H Laud The last and is very liberal in his contributions and Amanda J Richardson named couple left for their home in Iu o local charities Lexington Gazette diana At tlie residence of M Rich Â¬ GM N Lee sold Saturday to ardson November 28 by A B WilJ Look Smith Louisville their prom liams O D Murphy and Nancy E ising filly Publiiia by Richardson at the Parsons by Rev Stattle dam Kate White 37J by Joe Parson J H Audrewsaud Laviua Blood Chief Price 900 Publiiia has Sparks at the same time and place a record of 246 J This mark was ob December 22 Noland Isaacs aud Mary lained at her first puplic performance a J Maupiu few weeks ago at the meeting In this RELIGIOUS city Danville Advocate Midway Clipper Navo Bros sold 15 Rev Dr Wharton of Baltimore fat hogs to Miller Kenny last week at preached in the Baptist church Lex Â¬ 5 cents Mr H F- - Rodgers bought ington last week 36 fat hogs from Monroe f hoiuas of Dr E M Green made an earnest ap Â¬ Whittle Sulphur at 475 per hundredJ L Cogar has bought 10000 peal to his congregation Sunday for bushels of barley this week at 70 cents subscriptions to aid in educating color-Â¬ ed ministers for the Presbyterian per bushels church Danville Advocate tlie famou3 trotter At Hopkinsville Sunday the Rev owned by J I Case and valued at40 Mr Williams baptised by Immersion 000 was discovered in a pasture at in a mill pond 122 persons in seventy Hickory Ridge farm Tuesday almost minutes thus breaking the record as dead from loss of blood The animal the horse reporter remarks Several had stepped on a piece of sharp glass thousand persons while and colored or other sharp substance and severed an artery of his left hind foot The witnessed the ceremonies Three hundred persons held a meet- Â¬ flow of blood was stopped but tlie horse was very weak and it is feared ing in Chicago Suuday to perfect the organization of Anarchist Sunday will not recover schools One leadiug Anarchist The Lebanon Enterprise says Clias says This is an attempt to remove Clements sold to Alex aud George our children from the demoralizing Raiey eighty barrels of corn for 205 influences of the Christian Sunday-f-choper barrel George T Clements of Washington county sold to J C John- Â¬ Tlie fusion of the Presbyterian fam Â¬ son of Boyle county a bunch of cattle at 3 cents Messrs ily of churches iu Japan Presbyte- Â¬ Reformed Congregational is Mattingly Simms sold to Leonard rian Gentry Co New Orleans an extra fully consummated except as to the car load of mules for 175 Shipment formal ratification by the parent bodies The new name will be United Church was made Tuesday Mr J D Simms had a horse to die of Christ iu Japan Its membership on Tuesday of what was thought to be native is about 15000 hydrophobia One of his cows showed Our townsman Rev J L Allen has even stronger symptoms Wednesday just received a unanimous call for tlie when he had her killed The singular fifth year from the church of Athens circumstances in tlide cases is that Fayette couuty Tlie church at Som- Â¬ about two months ago a playful dog erset has also asked Mr Allen to conwhich was wont to run after Mr tinue with them for another year Simms stock was seen to bite the horse The probability is that he will accept yet nothing much was thought of this both calls Danville Advocate until one day the same dog killed sever- Â¬ Miss Charlotte M Yonge the novel- Â¬ al chickens Tlie family then though ist is the dog gave no signs of being rabid land a member of tlie Church of Eng With the proceeds of her novel had it killed Leabnon Standard The Heir of Redclyfle she fitted out R L Salter sold last week 7 mules the missionary schooner the Southern 15J hands high to Mr Aycock of Co- Â¬ Cross aud 10000 from the profits of lumbia 8 C at 150 per head TT The Daisy Chain have gone to lie Huguely bought at Harrodsburg Court building of a missionary college in New day 14 1000 lb cattle at 330 and sold Zealand some privately for about 340 Rich A number of prominent clergymen ard Gentry for Gentry Bros bought from Geo Dunn at Harrodsburg Mou and others met in New York Thursday day five pair of matched mules for to arrange for short religious services 3550 Wakefield Lee bought at in the churches throughout the coun- Â¬ Harrodsburg Court of Jas Forsythe try to be held on the morning of April Jr one coach horse for 185 and 30 1889 the centennial of the inaugura- Â¬ of other persons 2 mules for 250 2 for tion of Washington Mayor Hewitt 195 audi for 130 Danville Advo- presided and the President will be asked to issue a proclamation for di cate The Sportsman says President vine services Clias Green of theSt LouisFair Association has about determined toseparate Yesterday at 12 oclock M at the res the trotting meeting from the Fair and at hold the former the last week In Sep- Â¬ idence of Mr Lucas Brodhead tember He does this because he feels Woodbum Stock Farm Lieut Thomas that the Fair is being hurt In former F Carter U S A was married to Miss years the selling of the booths relized Martha Breck sister of Mrs Brodhead from 20000 to 25000 while last year Rev R L Breck father of the bride the saIeonIy amounted to 3100 The officiating The attendance was limit cause of this is that as the trotting be Â¬ ed to tlie relatives of the contracting gins early in the afternoon it takes the parties and a few friends The presents Mr aud crowds from the booths and the best were numerous aud elegent part of the day is lost to the lessees Mrs Carter left on the 2 oclock train New Hampshire The matter will be brought up at the for Portsmouth where Mr Carter is assigned for duty next meeting of the board Midway Clipper At the sale by the executors of Â¬ Â¬ d Jay-Eye-Sol Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ tarrh Cure We We ofler Onn Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Ca in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout F J CHENEY the undersigned CO Props Toledo Ohio have known 15 years F J Cheney for the last aud believe bim perfectly honorable in all his business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga- Â¬ tions made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio WaidingKinuan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio E H Van Hosen CasliierToledo Na Â¬ tional Bank Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ nally acting directly uon tlie blood and mucus surfaces of the system Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all 20 23 Diuggists A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATS9 CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES C A Complete Line 6f Furnishing Goods Louisville By OkiVer fc Tobacco Market Tobacco Dnrrelt Louisville Ware House Sales on our market for the past week jut closed amount to 2657 lihiK with receipts for the same period 1270 hhds dales ou our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 84202 hhds Sales of the new crop to this dato amount to 39 89 hhds Our market this week has been ir- Â¬ regular on berley tobacco with a down Â¬ ward tendency This applies to all grades of old tobacco except the finest grades The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash not colory and tobacco dam aged by freezing 200 to 300 Colory Trash 350 to 600 Coramou Lugs not colory 350 to 600 Colory Lugs 6 00 to 900 Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 Medium to good leaf 900 to 1500 1500 to Select or wrappery leaf 1900 Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first is complete embracing all of the Latest Things to lie Found in a First GSass class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as HAYE SAID AI IAD AT PRICES TO BEAR US OUT II MAT 01 glWith thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance f same Very Eespectfully GOODS 1 we are LIVE ST0CE MABEST REPORT By GREENE EMBItY LI p Stock Commission Merchants tit Clncla nail Unlou Stock Yunls autl Covington atock Yards COVINGTON MITCHELL JMLJZSZJSr Cincinnati Ohio Good to Extra Fair to Good Dec iq 4 40 4 oo 3 00 3 75 3 oo 2 oo 3 75 1888 2X3 WJbJSE S37S3E3EST2 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 4 3 4 3 75 25 40 00 50 2 50 3 3 3 3 3 2 85 65 4 SEAL iSK INS BUTCHER CATTLE xtra fat steers 3 25 2 750 Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows 3o Fair to Good Cows 2 25 1 50 2 Common Cows Cows and Oxen 1 00 Rough BULLS Best Shipping 2 26 Best Bologna 2 23 1 75 Fair Bologna 3 1 75 1 Fair to Good Feeders 1 Common and Thin I 25 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 25 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 oo 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades I 45 oo50 Fair to Good 30 oo40 Common 20 oo25 Best Veal Calves 6 25 6 T 6 Fair to Good 5 oo Common and Heavy 2 50a 4 HOGS Select Butchers 5 30 5 Fair to Good Packers 5 20 5 Good to Extra Lights 5 5 20 Light Pigs 5 5 15 SPRING LAMBS Common to Good Extra- 55 4 3 5o 00 5 75 25 00 75 50 -- 5 90 75 50 25 75 00 00 00 00 50 00 50 35 30 25 20 OPENING OE Ladies who contemplate purchasing Sealskin Garments shoull remember that Sealskins advanced at the November fur sales in Lon don nearly 50 per cent This means a corresponding advance in Sealskin Garments the world over Our heavy purchase of Skins prior to the advance lias placed us in a position to sell Â¬ At tlie Same Prices as Heretofore OVERCOATS AND Although we are the heaviest holders of Alaska and other sealskins in Richmond we cannot guarantee these low prices far in the future Now read on to your own interest OTJH CLOAK DEPAETMEFT boasts of such superb and varied assortment of NEWMARKETS We have that it is difficult to select any to which to call attention among many others 5 75 4 25 matrTmonIalT ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ASSESSOR Winter Clothing Hats CAPS AND FURKISHIHG GOODS LAEGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES EANCY STRIPES BRAIDED LIN TWILLS BER Â¬ J HARVEY We are authorized to announce W for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the 12- Democratic party Â¬ and a vast variety of CLOTHS in all the popular new colors wlh Monkey Beaver and other Fur Trimmings For quantity quality and variety of We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses sor of Madison couuty Fubject to the action of the democratic party We are authorized to announce A J WILLODGHBY as a caudidate Walking Jackets There never was such a stock around here we challenge the world before GOOD BEAVERS FRENCH STOCKINETS DIAGONALS and novelties in Embroidered Vest Fronts the Â¬ ty Editor Gimax Several for Assessor of Madlsou county subject to tlie actiou of the Democratic par- Â¬ 3 late Squire W B Galloway on Thurs day last tlie farm of 504 acres was purchased by Georgetown College at 3225 cents per acre Horses brought from 18750 to 205 plow horses from 50 to S0 work mules from S6 to for 1705 146 cows 20 to 80 weanling calves Giimau Brent have shipped from SS30 yearling steer 26 30 one bull 1 Paris and Flemingsburg this season 27 80 one yoke of oxeuSOl- - corn 000 turkeys They are paying from 6 per shock hay 10 per stack Capt cents to 6 ou foot Capt pNat S Otlutt auctioneer AtO A Oilmans sale in Bourbon Nat S Otlutt auctioneer reports the at the county Saturday registered Jerseys following pi ices obtained bold at an average of 45 25 The high Â¬ sale of Squire Thos B Hiles near Good plow est and lowest prices were S0 aud 90 Turkeyfoot on Saturday horses 42 to 100 one Ike and Prewitt Van Meter of Clark mare 190 one three year old 185 county bought the L M Van Meter one 121 gelding cows farm of 544 acres at S0S50 per acre or 24 to 85 heifers S18 25 to 19 short 87000 for the farm yearlings rough 16 feeding cattle Dr E P Roe purchased the farm 42 per head about 4 cents per pound jBales200 known as the Guthrie place one mile one pair good north of Shelbyvllle from Mr T P one pair yearlings 156 one pair d horse mules 185 small White Theprice was 30900 75 sheep at 6 per head 80 at So and Tlie South Kentuokian thinks there 25 common at 805 should be a pork paekingestabllshment The Hopkinsville New Era in discus- at Hopkinsville to take care of tlie 30 says The 000 hogs jinuuaHy fattened in that iing the tobacco outlook tobacco growers in other sections are county devising ways and meanes to protect A great deal of corn has rotted in themselves in the sale of their crop the field on account of wet warm Tlie plan in this district is weather Let every man be as saving aud while it cun hardly besucces- as he can It will be 100 a bushebbe fully carried out may lesult in decreas foreyou know It Beatlyvllle Enter Â¬ ed production which would be benefiprise cial At Warsaw in upper Kentucky It Is estimated thaUfrnm 5000000 to on Monday tlie situation was thorough 6000000 pounds of turkey and 1000000 ly discussed and it was tne uuanimous quart of cranberries are necessary to J opinion of all that the present crop four-year-old two-year-otwo-year-o- ld three-year-ol- DIED- - At tlie home ef Its pirents R T and Josle C Rayburn iu Madison county on Tuesday December 3rd1888 James D aged 14 mouths Andy McCord died at his home near Richmond in Madison county Ky on Saturday morning December 8th 1888 after a brief illness in the 56th year of his age The funeral occurred at the residence Sunday afternoon and buried beside his wife in tlie family burying ground Rev J A Henderson officiated The deceased leaves seven aud two children five daughters sons He was a good citizen and neigh Â¬ bor and properous farmer He was one of the first to enlist in Chenaults regiment in 1802 followed the ill fated General Morgan through all his ardu- Â¬ ous and perilous marches was captured in Ohio imprisoned in Camp Douglas aud dually returned at the close of the war with a record for bravery aud soldier like qualities of which any man would be proud He came of a coura- Â¬ geous stock His grandfather Mitchell was- a revolutionary soldier aud his grandfather McCord lost au arm fight Â¬ ing Indians here a century Ago De Â¬ ceased was a brother to Wm McCord R P McCord Mrs M A Phelps and Mrs P T Phelps deceaeed of this county and John McCord of Clark county and son of David McCord of this county recently deceased His wife was a daughter of the late Jacob Huguely - county Signed Many Voters of Having considered the sub- Â¬ Million ject I have determined to become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their kind and I must say flattering expressions as to ray qualifications I therefore announce myself as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Very truly 13- - your paper a call ou me to become a candidate for Assessor of Madison weeks since I noticed in PLUSH GARMENTS What we have said of the reputation 01 our Sealskins apples with equal force to our celebrated Tailor Made Form Fitting Plu h Garments They receive the same care and the same skilled workmanship as our Sealskins Plush Newmarkets UntrimmeJ Satin Lined Fur Trimmed etc Â¬ C FOR JAILER R Tudob We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the 3- action of the Democratic party V are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the actiou of tlie Democratic party We are authorized to announce SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a enndi- 3- Suits to Order From Samples FIT GUARANTEED We will make you a suit to order from 815 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at 5 Xj XT S5 Ai J and w E IB Jl Misses Eon Ladies 2 The new and popular shapes Modjeskas and Langtrys Plush Sacques are all the rage in the cities Our ISeal ject to the action of tne Democratic party announce We are authorized THOMAS S FEURELL as a candi ilnio fnrTntlprof Mndleon countv sub ject to the action of the Democratic to into fnr Tiitlor if Mnrllsnn Viiltitv nnlv party nnnonnoA JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac Â¬ 4- tion of the Democratic party FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT Wn nn aiiflinrlTorl in STOTJFFERS THE OLDEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN RICHMOND FIRST ST may2 tf All sorts of Elegant Visiles and Mantles that come under the head of Short Wraps areshown in our department Modjeek Wraps of Beaver with elegant Gimp and Ball Trimming some braced all over Ladies Oloth and Moscow Beavers quilted Satin Linings trimmed with Passementerie braided alL over SFSuperb assortment of Mourning Wraps mm p SIHIOIRT WRAPS perinteudent of Public Schools subject 10 me action Ol Hie Jjcmutiuuu ynij TTIDDrO 8- B We are authorized to announce J RtllUinillilalD tnT PnlintV - t TUIfwpAVt Ky- - lauMoiu u apl8 tf Gor Main and Second Sts Richmond i THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY DECEMBER I2 Buntb leys found ice Col J P Sanford at the Court house to morrow night ail Dr Foster performed the exceedingly cVEcult surgical operation of ovariotomy on Miss Martha Smith ten days ago and she will probably recover Messrs J W Bales and M M Milller They re ha e returned from New York cattle in that city ce ted 535 for wh ch nets them 465 at home iSSS Apply at Ihts off- thr B hi m The ladies of the Episcopal Church have a doll fair and fish pond in the w lUjse on Second Street next door to Gar Â¬ net House on Saturday the 22nd Lumber Com Â¬ The Coal Elevator pany will ell pubBclv on next Saturday tiiir property at the depot in Richmond e notice elsewhere in this issue of The Climax Fine seven m poud breech loading doub- Â¬ laminated steel with loading instruments and case for only 25 cc ts at Luzons Thisis a real gun and agiod one le barrel shot gun The sale of the personal property of Horace Parke will occur three miles nor I of Union Cky on Tuesday the iSth anJ not on Thursday the 13th as we an- - rnced last week B m m Assessor John W McPherson will slP publicly on the premises seven mHes eas of Richmond on the Inline turnpike en Thursday December 20th his farm S vk crop c See ad The Eureka Mining Company have several thousand acres ot land near Waco and bought a quantity Negotia Â¬ are in progress for the Ellison Mills lor drain pipe and tile works kcd tes Connnbiabljnion ofSladison and Bourbon In response to exquisitely engraved invitations three coaches laden with incnus ana relatives formed a special train that drew up at Blythewood the superb country home of Senator and Mrs John D Harris in Madison county at 7530 oclock on last Thursday evening December 6th The illuminated grounds and the palace like house with lights beaming from every window warmly welcomed the guests dispelling the deep shades cast by the massive trees which shut out the rays of a mild moon that ehone from a cloudless sky Neighbors by private conveyance had assembledand the several spacious rooms were filled to their fullest Senator and Mrs Harris and Capt and Mrs S H Stone received the company The decorations were pro Â¬ fuse and artistic including ferns smilax and chrysanthtmums On the rear wallofrhe parlor was arranged a canopy of smilax in which was suspended a mammoth butterfly ol white flowers Lohengrin6 wedding march rang forth from the orchestra in the hall and two ushers Mr Reed Rogers of Louisville and Mr Waller Bennett entered the par- Â¬ lor bearing the ribbons and proceeded to the canopy torming an aisle from the door The maid of honor Miss Thomas of Frankfort came alone followed by the groom Senator Cassius M Clay Jr of Bourbon county on the arm of his best man Mr Catesby Woodford of Paris preceding the bride Miss Mary Blythe Harris on the arm of her bridesmaid Miss Lucy Simms of Paris The minis- Â¬ ter Eider John Sweeney of Paris follow- Â¬ ed The couple took position under the canopy and the ceremony was pronounc- Â¬ ed The bride bridesmaid and maid of honor wore white dresses decollette en tram Congratulations over the dining room openeddtsdosing a group ol tables il- Â¬ luminated with clusters ot shaded wax can- Â¬ dles A menu card with white satin cover adorned with white silk bows and a steel engraved design lay by each plate Consomme en Tasso Cream of Lobster Poobe Parisian Potatoes Oyster Patties a la Creme Koast Quail French Peas Bened Turkey aux Trades Celery Mayonnaise Cukes lee Cream Coffee Mr Reed offers his residence and grounds situated at the corner of Main sTect and Aspen Avenue for sale on Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock It is va uable property and a sale is desired See Advertisement AJ Lets Said Squre J- - H Powell has sold to Sheriff B Deatheragc a lot 601152 feet on Broadway Powell addition for SSoo Mr Dciherage will build a handsome resi Â¬ dence in the spring Mr S D Parrish has sold to Mr Geo H Myers two lots on Parrish Street Par addition 50x1 feet for f 600 Mr Mtcrs is now erecting a residence December Bly Wit 1888 rh and New Col J P San ford the humorist will dewver a lecture at the court house to- Â¬ morrow night December 13th on the above named subject Col Sanford comes under the auspices of the Youug Mens Christian Association of Central University and is strongly endorsed by competent authorities His lecture will he both entertaining and instructive He travels under the management of the Slay tor Lyceum Bureau Central Music Hall Chicago and has lectured more than one thousand nights in the past six years lectured more nights than any person now living Go and hear him It costs you little and wilt help the boys be sides benefitting you Old Times Â¬ m m Judge Morten Sustained On Thursday the Court of Appeals decided the case of J B Tracy vs the Commonwealth on an appeal from Fayette county in regard to the publica- Â¬ tion by Tracy of a certain alleged libelous card in the Lexington newspapers con Â¬ cerning the character of W D Nicholas late Sheriff of the county the jury who Lexington Press tried a case on a writ of ad quad damnum Grinding Done Queen Victoria in all her majesty CAR LOAD JUST RECEIVED IN obtained by the Lexington and Big Sandy A New York correspondent says I cannot even cure a chicken without do custom griudiugon Mondays various sizes at factory prices We GEO M WILLGING railroad and Judge J R Morton the notice that Mrs John A Logan and the the aid of ftanters Chicken Cholera Wednesdays anil Saturdays Usual Richmond Ky Judge of the Fayette Circuit Court The Misses Palmer of Chicago were present Cure which is Mild in this place and toll taken 26- December 12th iSS8 card said I am indignant and forced at the opening of the Reichstag a few days warranted to cure by Stockton WilWe make and deal In meal flour to say to the public that the ruling of isville ago The center attraction with the lad- Â¬ lis It and mill feed Your patronage solicited Judge Morton k unjust and a disgrace to The couple left by the special train for ies present was the Countess Von Wald Richmond Milling Co Charles Mitchell of Indiana has hs position He denied me the right of Paris and soon will go to California and ersee nee Miss Lee of this city whose 24- Formerly Barlows p a trial by jury because he did not want it Mexico husband it is said will shortley step into goue crazy over trying to find a peach Attorney General Garland decides out of his hands as lie could not decide in Bismarcks shoes as Chancellor of the tree which would bear fruit in the win- Â¬ The undersigned will on Jonathan Jones favor of the railroad company as he has German Empire Such an alliance re- Â¬ ter He was going to have peaches and that the special Deputy United States 88 Marshals appointed to serve at the re- Â¬ Saturday December 15 Subjoined we give a sketch from the flects credit upon our American girls but cream the year round done cent election can not be paid without a At one oclock p jr on An indictment resulted in judgemennt pen of the venerable Samuel M Duncan where there is one so eligible there are per- Â¬ the premises 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure special appropriation for their lien ell t expose against Tracy for 500 Judge Pryor in of Nicholasville written last week for the haps twenty who make the most unfor- Â¬ to public sale to the highest Chicken Cholera and other diseases being made by Congress The Super- Â¬ and bet bidder the beautiful the mandate of the Appellate Court Journal of that town tunate selection Recall the case of poor I have just learned that the venerable Miss Knox of Pittsburg whose marriage among fowls I will refundtbe money visors of Election stand on a diflerent says In our opinion no crime has every case where the remedy fails footing and need not await Congress- Â¬ RESIDENCE PROPERTY been committed to the prejudice of the Jonathan Jones died at his home in Mad Â¬ just six weeks ago with the Italian Count in W G White Â¬ ional action applicant and the judgment is affirmed ison county on Saturday evening Novem- de Montcilevi was celebrated with such Prescription Druggist ber 10 88 aged S9 years and 28 days and pomp and eclat and who didnt get nearer with damages the The best line of Gloves in town is to And improvements situated an Av2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf corner of Muin Street and Apen was buried at the cemetery in Lexington his mothers Castle on the Adriatics Mitchells be found at Covington enue in the city of Richmond the on Monday the 12th ult His death was than the Hotel Belles rue Paris when she What Dakota wants says a Dako Â¬ 24- same that has been occupied by me a surprise to every one cs he had been in sorrowfully made the discovery that her ta paper Is a better system of farm for the past eight years Said proper Â¬ good health for several years Many of lord and master had grossly deceived her lug Mr G Remington of Cynthiana an ty will be first offered in That is she wants a saystem of his old friends and acquaintances in Jessa- Â¬ grand father of the editor of the Mer Â¬ not only impecunious but a beast and winter farming H mine heard the announcement with sor- Â¬ when she refused to give him money cury told its last Monday that in nil on Aspen Avenue Promptness The track layers on the Georgetown ex Â¬ rowful hearts He had passed so far be- Â¬ money money more money he made a probability hehad cast his last vote and Three of which areon said which Avenue M Railway made a yond mans allotted time on earth as to tension of the V First a cold then a cough then con- Â¬ that having begun with Audrew Jsck 2 ot and onefrontfeet running back 40 savage assault upon her person resulting feet 34 92 connection with the road at Midway yes Â¬ cause all his old friends to feel a keen in- Â¬ in sumption then death took Dr eon and ended with Grover Cleveland I feet and two lots on Main Street res Â¬ the landlord locking him up in an empty terday morning About ten oclock a terest in his welfare with a hope that he room where he was compelled to spend AcKer8 English Remedy for Consump- Â¬ he was satisfied Thats where we get pectively 42 and 50 feet front on Main train consisting of an engine and four might yet live many days even to the age the balance of the night alone and on the tion the moment I began to cough and our Democratic blood Carlisle Mer- Â¬ Street nud run back 120 feet Possession will be given at once freight cars made a run to Georgetown of five score years following day out of respect for his other I believe It saved my life Walter N cury This property Is most desirably located The track was very rough and the train Wallace Washington Sold by W G Jonathan Jones was the first child born guests turned them out of his house for residence purposes in the City of was pulled very slowly the run being in Nicholasville in the present century Think of the probable fate of Short Time Duly Richmond All out buildings and imthe beauti- Â¬ White Prescription Druggist m made in forty five minutes The road He was born on the 25th of August in the ful accomplished and whealthy widow of provements are in good All persons indebted to J J Brooks plttce is well supplied repair The with shrubs A cannon ball would reach the moon prior to 188S will please come and settle runs through some of the best farms in year iSoo in the Brown Hotel kept by this city who but a short time ago gave Woodford and Scott counties and the his father Joseph Jones who settled in her hand heart and fat purse to a notori- Â¬ in eighteen days if it kept right on by note or cash at once All claims not and sluide A1ND Â¬ ORNAMENTAL TREES scenery along the entire line is beautiful Nicholasville a few months before the ous libertine of Great Britain known as humping but Btops short There la no- settled promptly will be placed in the FRUIT body In the moon to knock over Midway Clipper Terms of sale will be liberal These 10- birth ot Jonathan who was the oldest the Duke of Marlborough But a few hands of a collector will be made known on day of sale days ago this sprig of nobility invited one Advice to Mothers The Kentucky Central Railway wishes child A plat showing full particulars of the Mrs WnrsLoWs SoormxaSxaup should ahnyi Mrs Snell widow of the millionaire metes aud bounds and location of Joseph Jones married Rachel Reynolds Lady Colin Campbell to make a social be used when children ore catting teeth It re you A Merry Chrismas ibSS and Happy Snell of Chicago has offered a reward each lot and improvements thereon Of course the Duchess liercstheliUIe afferent once itprodaeesnatnral New Year 18S9 and will sell round trip daughter of Henry Reynolds who was a visit to Blenheim quiet sleep and the little cherub awaketaa bright of 50000 for the capture of his mur- Â¬ may be seen on application at ray to taate It tickets from and to all stations at the low native of Rowan county N C and serv- Â¬ joined in the invitation but with an under- Â¬ as n button it ia very pleasantallajiaU pain 00 thca cii derer Tascott Tills is the largest re office in Court bouse rebel army under standing with the Duke that he and Lady regulate the ehila softest the gubest known remed rate of two cents per mile each way be- ed four years in the the boirela and lathe 7 A J REED It for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or ward that has been offered for the ar-Â¬ Gens Greene and Marion in the Revolu- Â¬ Colin should not be alone together yet tween all distances overfive miles Tick other causes Twentj flTO cents a bottle rest of nn accused party since the close settled in Lexington the next day after her arrival the Duke ets will be on sale December 2J 22 23 24 tionary war He 65 of the late war 2529 30 and 31 and January 1 Good about the year 1793 and in 1799 Joseph and she rode out together and that too Charles Jack ton a Virginian hoc them to return until January 5 1889 For fur- Â¬ Jones was married to Rachel Reynolds by without asking the Duchess to join She is Grateful OF ther information apply to agents of the the Rev John Shackelford a Baptist min Â¬ and were gone several hours In conse- Â¬ spent tbirly two years looking for a saved lhe life of my little girl by a buried treasure and is not discourag- Â¬ dinI company H E Huntington General ister who lived at that day near Elkhorn quence the Duchess did not appear at yet He says all tuingf come to him prompt use of Dr Ackers English Crop Farming Manager S F B Morse General Pas in Fayette county By his marriage he ner that evening nor did she see Lady ed Remedy for Consumption Mr Yru senger Agent F B Carr Agent at was the father of twelve children only Colin Compbell again during her visit at who waits The Duchess has been under one of whom is now living This is Mrs Blenheim Richmond fisnns Specific will cure Itheuma V Harriraan New York Sold by W HOUSEHOLD Pauline Beaumont whose age is 74 the care of her physician ever since and tism or money refunded Price 75c at G White Prescription Druggist Send an Order Jonathan Jones the subject of this no- Â¬ unless matters are smoothed over by the Whites Drug Store Becond street Thursday Geo Tillett aged 25 and On Thursday Dec 20 88 5- Many people maVeTpractice of sending tice was married by the Rev Jesse Al- - mother of the Duke who seems very fond near Garnett House Ed Smith aged 13 were monkeying I will offer to the highest bidder my farm this great outrage servants without a written order for small rerson to Miss America Bourn on the 26th of her daughter-in-lawith an old pistol at KIdville Clark The orange crop of Fiordia will al Â¬ county when went off and shot Smith situated seven miles from Richmond near She was the daughter of may end in an open rupture probably a articles of merchandise This is objec- Â¬ of Jnne 1826 the Irvine pike containing it tionable in many ways Besides being a the late Daniel Bourn Esq of Jessamine divorce in any event her peace of mind low ten oranges for every person in the near the heart and he died next day country and we hope most of the peo- Â¬ SO ACRES OF LAND fruitful source of mistakes it opens wide county and eight sons and two daughters and happiness is destroyed for all time to She Was Completely Cured the door of temptation which Mr Beech were the fruits of this marriage His first come Other similar cSses could be men- Â¬ ple will take theirs noiv It has upon it a good house for small f er used to say was the burden of the Lords wife died in 1S60 In 1861 he was mar Â¬ tioned but for the want of time A daughter ot my customer missed family good stable with four stalls three School Books at Whites Drug Store to Mary Anderson Denton of Gar- Â¬ Prayer The following from the Midway ried ponds one never failing spring and good menstruation on arriving at puberty tf 2nd St near Garnett House THIN COLUMN Clipper affords a case in point rard county In that eventful year the her health was completely wrecked well in yard and is under good fence with Ml Every mineral abounds In Kansas At my suggestion she used one bottle sufficient timber for fire wood and rc Saturday morning a negro boy ten years civil war in Kentucky was inaugurated People in Turkey is a conspicuous fencing it Thirty acres strictly good old fleeced some of our merchants Several and the war spirit fairly blazed throughout headline in an exchange We prefer to except borax and tbey are after that In of BrudQelds Female Regulator which land The place is within oo yards of who had all his about fifty daces The tobacco stains cured her months since he was in the service of Mr the State Jonathan Jones J W Hellums school nouse near two cnurcnes ana two know about turkey in people L P Tompson but had been dismissed wont come out of their shirt bosoms life acted and voted with the States Water Valley Miss mills and the Three Forks Railroad is The colored people down at Stanford without It near it making it a splen- Â¬ On Saturday he went to Messrs Foxman Rights Democracy and five of his sons Write The Bradfield Regulator Co bound to runfor a man of small means did opening are exceedingly particular One of them 25 2S Parishs grocery and bought some gele joined the command of Gen Morgan and Atlanta Ga The crop consists of about Take it in Time abusing tne extracts and a broom He then did good service on the battle fields of the interfered to stop another from killed at Mar Â¬ his the anothers wife and got For want of a nail a shoe was lost The Judson Female Institute went to Risk Browns and bought some South till the war closed In the trials was lost ion Ala burned Saturday afternoon meat and from Arnett A Kentuckian has written a letter to for want of a shoe a horse Branham he which fell to his lot during the civil war a horse a rider was lost It was one of the oldest and best known Amongmy 3FARMING IMPLEMENTS bought some tea At each place he had hegave a noble example of patriotism and Congressman McCreary asking him to in- Â¬ for want ol new Oliver horse wagon I have r fortitude He troduce a bill to prevent the wearing of Never neglect small things The first female colleges in the Boulh Loss chilled plow I harrow I i corn drill I the article charged to the account of Mr true manly courage and sign of pneumonia and consumption 100000 insureed fir 25000 c shelter cutting box scalding box Thompson Obc of the grocers suspect was taken prisoner of war when Gen corsets Of corsets not expected to be m can positively he checked by Dr 1 have also ng there was something wrong inquired Morgan made his famous and last raid in come a law Chestnuts Terrible Forewarnings Ackers Englislr Remedy for Consumpof Mr Thompson if the boys purchase the war He was then 62 years old and A man called upon a wife whom he had tion Sold by W G White Prescrip Cough in the morning hurried or 2 Good Substantial Horses sufferings were right It wai then It was ascertain Â¬ passed through all the terrible deserted in Philadelphia and while they tion Druggist difficult breathing raising phlegm for farm work or harness both safe for ed that the youngster had been practicing and hardships of a youth and like a sol Â¬ was mortally shot tightness In the chest quickened pulse ladies to drive be sold on twelve months - were alone the man vUainy The farm will A search was imediatcly made dier of the most subHme devotion and ra- The woman claims that she shot him and The government has discovered a chillness in the ecenlng or sweats at time without interest the purchaser giv Â¬ for the articles at the boys home where tntUm He was the crand father of shortage of eight cents In the accounts thatjte shot himself the man claims nigbl all or any of these things are the ing bond and good security with note tbey were found in the possession of his William T Jones our present Represen of a paymaster who died in 1863 and Earm How monotonous It used to be that his bondoruen must Jnrk over If it first stages of consumption Dr Ackers made negotiable and payable at the Terms ana in an piaccs mother who said the boy had brought tative At all times National Bank of English Remedy for Consumption will ers sale of PersonaltyRichmond known on bills all winter Â¬ made of them home and told hear some one had Jonathan Jones was loyal to his convic Congress would introduce tends them to the poorhouse cure these fearful symptoms and ii day of sale would introduce Bin Bren them to him West was given a tions of duty and throughout his long life and the muskeeters Sale to begin afc to oclock A M School books at Whites Drug Store sold under a positive guarantee by W He had a well bal bils all summer and thus give poor sufÂ¬ good whipping which may stay his evil he voted Democratic w Mcpherson 26 jy tf Q WbitefPrescription Druggist distinguished fering humanity a chance but since Con- - 2nd St near Garnett House anced mind not specially propensities for a time at least -Â¬ Vear Richmond Ky The menu was the work of Roth the celebrated caterer of Cincinnati whose waiters served the various courses The presents were not so numerous as usual but unusually expensive A dia mond necklace by the groom and a trunk of silver by the brides parents attracted special attention Photographs with au Â¬ tographs of the grand Duchess of Hassia Alexandra wife of Constantine and her daughter Olga Queen of Greece presented to Gen C M Clay uncle of the groom while minister to Russia were conspicuous among the presents A pair of silver ewers by Col A M Swope an oxidized silver clock by Mr Wooford a massive cut glass punch bowl by Mr and Mrs Simms a Royal Worcester vase by Hon M C Alford of Lexington and several other articles including a set of imported gilt dinner plates by Mr Blythe Anderson and Dakota fox robe by Mr and Mrs T J Curtis were par- Â¬ ticularly noticeable Among the guests lrom other counties were Congressman Simmswifeand daugh- Â¬ ter of Paris General and Mrs Gentry of Fayette county Governor Buckner Governor Hindeman and wife Senator Berry wife and daughter of Newport Hon Joe Anderson wife and son of Fayette county Col John G Craddock Col E F Clay and wife James Clay and wife Henry Clay and wife John Stuart and wife Miss Winnie Williams of Bour- Â¬ bon county Mr Brown oLNicltolasville Hon Mr Waltonof Falmouth Mr Junius HP Ool Davenport of Virginia Thompson and wife Mr James W Winn of Clark county Senator McDaniels of Gallatin county Maj Saunders of Lou- Â¬ Â¬ the wood Miss May Fisher lias sued the city of Frankfort in the Common Pleas Court for 10000 damages The cause of the suit was that a contractor left an exca Barclay who left this county thirty two John Ashlerly of Clyde O has got Tatiou open one night last without dan Â¬ years ago around to re marrying the wives be was ger biguals Miss Fisher and a young upMr R M Dudley Jr has re- divorced from He picked up No 2 man were driving and their horse the other dny and there are two more set the buggy throwing her into the moved from Harrison to Bemus Height pit the hore falling on her New York The first thing he did upon to be heard trom arrival there was to fall into the canal A large and well selected stock of Tone up the system and improve the which is being enlerged by the Governappetite by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Hat Cups c at reasonable prices nt ment Mr Dudley in charge 24- It will make you feel line a new per- Â¬ Covington Mitchells m At the theatre last evening the lower son Thousands have found health Rev James Snowden for twenty right hand box was occupied by Mr and relief from suffering by the use of years a minister has been held in 1500 Cliff Ros Miss Annie Woolfork Mr this great blood purifier when all other charge of mail bond to answer Will Barnet Miss Sallie Ross Mr Percy means failed It robbery at Centerthe Ridge Arkansas Talbert Miss Laura Winston Mr Robert Ml Fred Douglas recently registered at a where he was deputy postmaster McCreary and Miss Linda Payne This perbox party was one of the most beautiful Leavenworth hotel to see If he would When arrested he had upon his that has been given in Lexington this be denied a room as a guest Greatly son 2900 including three marked bills winter and speaks most elegantly for the to his astonishment he was taken in which had been used aa decoys by the Postal Inspectors and charged 5 per day good taste of the giver Mr Cliff Ross Â¬ of the Drummer a Mulhattonish paper published in Lexington was here last weekin the interest of his journal What do you claim for your paper What dis Â¬ tinctive feature Asked a merchant Well sir I make it a point never to tell Elk String Valley Waynk CoUNTy KyJ my 6th 1S72 the truth proudly responded Col Washington Hatchet Polk Oh the mischief Mr S M Duncan In your letter you mention the name of remarked the merchant rather disappoint- Â¬ my friend Jonathan Jones whose acquain- Â¬ edly weve got two papers here In Rich- Â¬ tance I made at the time he and three of mond that dont ask you any odds in that his sons were soldiers in the regiment of respect no I dont want your paper ab Col Chenault in the late war He and Mr Samuel Biggerstaff wiil on Thurs- Â¬ his sons were brave men and were gallant day December 27thsell publicly his farm soldiers in the armies of the South I do stock and crop near Red House See hope that the great God may prolong advertisement their lives that they may be an honor to Public Sale of Coal Yard c their conntry There was a peculiar mix- Â¬ ture of the severe and the playful in the The Coal Elevator and Lumber Co face of my old friend Jones When talk- Â¬ will sell at public auction on Saturday ing about his being driven from his home December 15th at 2 oclock p m the he was tremendous in his wrath and there foal Yard Wagons Mules Etc for- Â¬ was a tliundeious volcanic frown on his merly owned by M M Harber located countenance when conversing about at the Kentucky Central R It depot Home Guards It was my fortune to Richmond know him well and I am glad to learn This valuable property Is sold to close that he is in good health and doing well a partenershlp and a rare opportunity Tell him the colt he thought to be no ac- Â¬ is offered to any one desiring to engage count I kept till he made one of the most in the Coal and General Commission serviceable horses I ever owned I sold Business him for two hundred and fifty dollars At the same time and place they will Tell him I would come to see him but my sell 7 lots situated between Staffords age is too great to ride on horseback and Tlaning Mill and the Depot fronting I am afraid to ride on the steam cars on Orange street and running back to Present my kindest regards to Jonathan the railroad These lots as a whole wiil make a fine Lumber Yard or a and all his boys Your Friend good location for a business stand Moses Wright Terms easy and made known on day Moses Wright was a soldier in the war 28- of 8i2 was born in Virginia in 1787 of side and died in Wayne county Ky 1S74 The 600 women of Colorado who pro Â¬ He was sent by Gen Harrison with a dis- Â¬ pose to attend the inauguration next patch to Colonel Croghan to evacuate Fort March should be obliged to leave ther Stephenson when it was attacked by the baby can luges home and to hire Mime British and Indians Wright succeeded one to stay with the children in getting to the fort but Col Croghan disobeyed the order of Gen Harrison and Literary Notes gave Proctor and the Indians a terrible The Chrismas number of Book News repulse SMD John Wuuamaker Philadelphia is the crowning issue of the year It con Â¬ PERSONAL tains a descriptive price list of over Mr J J Brooks and wife left yesterday three hundred or the holiday publica- Â¬ for a trip to Missouri tions anil is illustrated with about fifty E D Ballard and wife are visiting representative pictures taken from the Mr most attractive books of the eeason in Missouri The text this month tends naturally toÂ¬ Miss Dora Russell is spending the win- Â¬ ward Christmas matter -the reviews ter with her sister at Washington Ga being mostly of the holiday hooks but Mr and Mrs James Barbour of Mays there is plenty of news als o concerning ville visited at Dr L G Barbours last current literary work It would be hard indeed to find such another 112 week pages for 5 cents 26 Mr Tom Forman attorney at law Cynthiana visited his father here last An Indianapolis diupgist has discovweek ered a poison so powerful that a quau Mr Lewis Van Winkle has removed ity of Its vapor will kill every living It is a from West Medford Mass to 50 State thing on an acre of ground nice thing to hunt rabbits with street Boston For forty years Ayers Cherry PecMrs Rebecca Moran Miss Belle Ben nett and Mr T S Burnam attended the toral has been demonstrated to be the most reliable remedy in use for colds Breck Carter wedding coughs and lung disease Slight colds Mrs Cy Shifilet has returned from a e hould not be neglected The Pectoral visit to her mother in Boone county Mo will prevent them becoming chronic accompanied by her aunt Mrs Minerva Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fur ny one faculty but well proportioned in all its parte He was for fifty seicn Tears a merchant and was pre eminently arr honest man in all the relations of life In 1S72 I received the following note from the late Moses Wright of Wayne county Ky who made the acquaintance ol Jonathan Jones when Col Chenaults confederate regiment was encamped in Wayne county in time of the war gress has gotten to running alt summer On Friday morning a large water Donelsou uea the best material that there is not left even the slight pleasure of tank of several thousand gallons cbjh the market adonis and the best work- Â¬ a cJTange acity burst atGlen Armedistillerycau men He puts up none but the best Col Washington Hatchet Polk editor iugc miilerableiluiniigeiotbe property work Buggies carriages etc made PUBLIC SALE On nud delay in operation of twenty four hours The roof of the engine house was broken In two worms were Injured and otherproperty was damaged The house is In running order again and the output Is forty barrels per day Midway Clipper a to order Call on him apr4 tf Thursday Dec 27th Mr Thomas Fes ler of Ml Sterling i838 1 will on the premises cfTer for sale Ky and Miss Fannie L Funk of without reserve my farm containing Fayette county will be married In Old Union church December 12 1888 at first in two equal parts and then as a half past 3 oclock i m whole Said fatm is situated six miles ai CLIMAX CLUB FOR 1889 The Lowest Rates Ever Offered the Public FORSALE FnSto4lrik ON SATURDAY DEC 15 88 a a Road horses trotters and runners shod in any mauuer desired I have Just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ anteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store Respectfully 8febly S L MIDKIFF Sunns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ tism or money refunded Prlce75c at Whites Drug Store becond street 5- near Garnett House from Richmond on Otter Creek mile from Red House Station on tucky Central Railroad on good pike convenient to churches schools c On the farm is a comfortable half Ken- Â¬ turn- Â¬ BEAD FOR YOUESELF PERIODICALS J will ofier at public sate my form of good good 10H Acres of Land Judge W H McBrayer a prominent citizen of Anderson county died Friday He was perhaps the most noted distiller in Kentucky Donelsou Â¬ A new directory of the city of ington is now ready for distribution Besides the names it contains a sys- Â¬ tematic arrangement of the numbered houses by streets Itcontalns six hun Â¬ dred more names than any other di- Â¬ rectory and hIigws the citys population to be 27066 of which 16250 are white There has been an increase of 11000 In population in eight years Â¬ Lex- Â¬ buggy or carriage will nihke you as good a as can be bought any where in America apr4 tf b The Huguenot Cotton Mills of Green ville S C have commenced on double turn and now run night and day with- Â¬ out stopping a m If jou waut a nice buggy pbteton carriage rockaway or barouche coupe go to John Doflelson apr4 t Mrs Polly Cunningham the last of her fathers family of eleven children died In Bourbon aged 92 years W H Kelley will build you r good house cheaper than any roan in town Harpers Monthly and The Climax Harpers Weekly and The CKmax Harpers flazar and The Climar One hundred and fifty acres in grass Harpers Young People and The twenty acres in wheat and remainder to Climax go in corn At same time I will sell The Century and The Climax 100 BARRELS OF CORN Scribner and The Climax Demorest and The thmax one hundred shocks of fodder I 2 horse Scientific American and The Climax wagon and harness 2 good harness horses American Magazine and The CKmax Puck and The Climax some young cattle plows harness c Terms will be given on day of sale The Judge and The Climax Sale will commence promptly at 10 The Forum and The Climax Frank Leslie and The Climax oclock A M Magazine of American History and SAML BIGGERSTAFF The Climax Z E Bush Auctr 26 2S Magazine of Western History and The Climax Alienist and Neurologist and The Spick Residence If you want a good suit of first class quality at very low price go to Coving 21- ton Mitchells Our former towusmau Jus M Bry-Â¬ ant died in Chicago last Friday in the sixty sixth year of hi age Mr Bryant was a prominent business man of Danville in the days previous to the war One of his daughters by Ids first marriage is the wife of ES Rowland Mr Bryants re Â¬ recently of Danville mains were taken to Louisville for Interment Danville Advocate Â¬ -- YOU GET The Climax One Year AND THE FOLLOWING ENTIRE LIST OF mar7 tf Jessie AtchhiMin confessed to the killing of Jenkins and was sentenced to 14 years In the penitentiary a 20 6ood Books Free Br rpial arrangement irith U19 pabliiher we ire enabled to offer the entire list of Twenty Yaleable Booki eaasivrateil and described below o6WuWyrc to erery subscriber to thU paper for the earning jear at the regular aiitacripbon price These book each one of vhlea eootaias a complete first laMnoTelorotherwMk byavelt knoTva anJ popular author are pobhtbeU Id neat pamphlet form printed from good readable type on good paper an I many of them hamiPosHljilhistrateJ 1 nej compnoe ome ot tne nneei votks eTerwrmea 07 OCltM rreatet an I moot DotmUr writer oth of America ana curope xmox one is complete ia iihq KolSM Bytfcetathor TheAnntHacntreDoevmeaf f o ef Tmk Wimv Bkpott th fnMMt booki wr pMUbl llly t lu fftmiprlcMerM WMaw Be4tt Nt 199 Hljah HeanjMea AilTenturealnTiewYerfe- Tij i Summers piriu Btfar of TttB Fi9t fftsay ItuEtoaa iabM itwtdtt sad rMtcolea KrkpM A jemt kaawrou took How No III Bibatw r IVrfert EtlanrtleX X cnatpWto latnui for ladlro BaClKTT 4 jtDtleia totex tfcocorrertralrt of drportnent for alt occutoni cordfoc to t tbt wares of tbo h mcWj of Lnniwi ouiiiver avonc the LiiHpaiteaa hi ounti a Ten Cents Will get a first class shave at the Gar- Â¬ nett Houe Birber Shop Clean tow- Â¬ Covington Mitchell have the lar- Â¬ els and sharp razors are plentiful gest and best line of Overcoats at very None but first class workinmen are 24- low prices Cull and see them employed Give us a trial Entire a 16- satisfaction is guaranteed Forty years ago James Farrell of Mr Byron McClelland and Miss McMinn county Tenn sought a youug girls hand in marriage and was reject- Â¬ Sallie Smith will be married in Lex- ed Since the day of her marriage to ington to morrow another Farrell has lived a hermits A Narrow Escape Last life in the Chilhowie mountains Col W K Nelson of Brooklyn Monday night thives entered his lone- Â¬ ly hut and robbed him of SI 500 which came home one evening feeling a pe- Â¬ comprised his entire earthly posses Â¬ culiar tightness In the chest Before retiring he tried to draw a long breath sions but found It almost Impossible He Stetson fine soft hats variety of suffered four days from pneumonia fctjles at Covington Mitchells 21- and the doctors gave him up Dr E C Boudinot Jr has been acquit- Â¬ Ackers English Remedy for Consump- Â¬ ted at Fort Smith Aik of the murder tion saved him and he is well to day of Ben H Stone editor of the Tele- Â¬ Sold by W G White Prescription phone newspaper at Tuleqtm I T Druggist October 22 18S7 Stoue was a native Ed Hibbler and Miss Dollinglon of Bowling Green Ky After reach- Â¬ were married in Bourbon ing manhood he went to the Indian School Books at Whites Dm Store Territory where he married into an 2nd St near Garnett House tf influential Cherokee family Underwear very cheap at Covington elrr t iofoniiorritoi ki mn VrXl iiiit Viv5wwS5SSiiiirtT -- cu1 mto n ii turiin4im ii M riCVmurt nd nrM j AOTd toth fer KM TfaeMerchaataCrlme JkNot hjUuiu ILan Jb 0 S1M iTantheKcrC OlASrd Br BnnxnStab X TBI LiaiTiem HI llraprrlal Krtl StTBy M T Caldob Xa ThcJILndTtmtamor John MenoUon X Kmrt By KMB r Lowtt Stktkimb t o i Two Klues X NL Br Un Batter ol Dw North American Review and The Tfcnra Iiread Upon the Waters 1KA BrlHir Popular Science Monthly and The UVE4CK No Ml rxe MnetT twc X yrU Br Mast Cbcji Dat X Sorrf o 111 Br Vr Port Fok and The Climax A Vagabond Heroine AWIB RbWABSe ANortt BrClABltt Delineator and The Climax No 313 CUada and Snnthtne BXADB Quarterly Review and The Climax No in The Dream Woman X SorA Br Wltlra Scottish Review and The Climax Colli A NortL Bf No 3M Ceorso Caularfda Joamer St Nicholas and The Climax ItlMM EPBABBOM Br V No M arr IlardwlcLa Kit at X Si Spirit ot the Times and The CKmax Gbbbt ITmi Samples of all the above books can be seen Turf field and Farm and The CKmax The Yoke of Masonry and The Cli- Â¬ at Tub Clihax offlw max el Wall Flower BtUarmiHablamv near Cane Spring CrMweh Is Mawm f 430 county Kentucky known as the DavW 450 or Cajell Cireiiatilt plaee The Jawd ia 4 50 rirst elas bluegriK s good ae any in easy ewhivH sM ftibl 280 the eountywell fenced aofsew poat and tftHi and 490 rail fenee riinniiif along the Waee 3 90 College Hill and Kentucky River Twh 2J60 pike The iioitse ia a good briek with 400 seven or eight rooms with tJooWe 3 70 kiteben attached and fine cellar Kx 530 cellent new ami Urge barn Never 4 65 failing water One of the beet orchards 5 55 in the county haxhiK produced MS 470 bushels of apples this year Good We liuse and milk iiou e a buggy bonee 535 and all other outbuildings This phico has been in the bettault family lor 450 nenrly three quarters of a eeotwy It ami sehool a Climax 630 is located betweenonechurch apart three mile house which are American FJeld and The CKmax 5 55 miles from the town of College Hill American Journal of Archaefogy 600 and one mile from Hour and corn mill and The Climax Will also sell American Journal of Science and The Climax 630 American Law Register and The YEARLING Climax 630 American Law Review and The 3 milch eow9 2 maree 18 shoals 10 Climax 630 barrels of corn 2500 bundles of eats American Naturalist and The CK- Â¬ 30 shocks of fodder 6 stacks of hay a max 500 good mower good sulkv rake good Andover Review and The Climax wagon and farming implements 530 Art Journal and The Climax - 6 55 and some Art Amateur and The CKmax- 480 Atlantic Monthly and The Climax- - 4 65 Household Kitchen Furniture 1100 LArt and The Climax Bankers Magazine and The Climax 630 For furt Ire r information apply in me Bradstreets Journal and The Climax cio on the farm or lo County Judge Chen Â¬ Â¬ Commercial and Financial Chroniault in Richmond cle and The Climax 97 Terms easy and made known en day Contemporary Review and The Cliof sale 111 SIX S3P Sale at 10 ueloek on the premises Electric Magazine ami The Climax 5 55 DAVID CHENAULT J Edinburgh Review and The Climax 4 95 25 26 Electrician and The Climax 5 85 Fortnightly Reviewand The Climax 5 3 The Grapic and 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bcufes ti Worth 43 Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete 1BW CEI1UU-- B- HlfEBSin Sept 12 88 1 THE NEXT SESSION WILIOPEN 2TEZT D003 TO TOST OFFICE EIOHHOND KY SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO The Pkepakatory Department is under the supervision of he Faculty and no iwiius will be snared I i this to make ELX0332fc2O3SnD IBLEJjSrTTTOBL X Madison County School Â¬ The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We Veep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLAt KbMllli and w AtUP MAKfcKb MATERIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that we for Tobacco handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated Â¬ all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the time give a thorough practical educa tion to those who can not lake the reg- Â¬ ular course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Keeping aud Civil Engineering Attention is called o the following communication ironi one or our pa- Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of the com- Â¬ munity Mr Burnani Mates clearly the methods pursued and the character of work done in this department of the University Another lio nailed saidihe clerk as ho tackod up a selling out atj cost- - sign Terre Saute Express The fraudulent old beau who dyes his hair has no right to be writing to any girl about his undying love N O Picayune A Winfiold Kan- - married man wrote a letter to a young girl and sho turned it over to a local paper in which it was printed verbatim New Clerk Theso apples seem to bo vory small Proprietor Irrlta- bly Well what do you expect whenj you open tho wrong end of tho barreli Boston Beacon Heartless girl you refuse Al me I have 20000 worth of diamonds lor you Is there no silver lining to Yes if you Sho my dark cloud Detroit Free put it in that light Press Oh I am so Enthusiastic Brido happy with Fred Love makes time flyyMatter of Fact Old Father And when you have been married as long as I have youll find thatotime makes love fly Minister who has just driven his horse to a wedding in tho country Can I hitch out hero Prospective Bridegroom Wall no Guess Sal and the folks rather have tho hitchin Time done in the house Is it not singular said he as ho gazed at the mighty cataract of Niag- Â¬ ara that tho seemingly insignificant quantity of moisture that arises from that vast volume of water should bo mist Texas Silings Tho word small pox fell to Tom- Â¬ my to spoil but ho floundered hope- Â¬ lessly Tommy said tho teacher do you know what a little hoy who fails on so simple a word as small pox ought to get Yesm replied Tom- Â¬ my ho ought to got vaccinated Life Young man shouted her papa over the banisters at about 1 a m you seom to tako no note of time No replied tho prosperous young merchant in a business like tone never for more than thirty days And tho old man returned quietly to bed and dreamed of his prospective and boodle New Haven I J son-in-la- w Netos c Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains Haines Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material In the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house They will find THREE FLOORS PULL OP USEFUL GOODS We ako run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself will most competent workmen gne special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done m the past Oar long experience m our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets ana baying our goods strtcoy tor casn enables us to buy at the bottom price and that besteat we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always find the lowest ptiees and the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- 11 tf To The Public i BOOTS SHOES AND HATS Your honor said a vagrant to tho police judge its a shame to Im pose that fine I belong to the refined Yes class I do Refined class sir Wasnt I fined tho last time I was Yos up here And wasnt I re-Â¬ The court included fined this time sixty days in tho work houso in the Richmond KyJune iSthiSSS sentence Merchant Traveler My dear boy said a mother to Dr L H BLANTON her son as he handed round his plato Chancellor of Central University for more turkey this is the fourth My Dear Doctor Last fall I time you have been helped I know started my oldest son then in his twelfth but that year with some misgivings as to the wis mother ronlied tho boy turkey pecked mo once and I want to dom of the step to the Preparatory DepartHo got his ment of your college and during the get squaro with him second year which has just closed my turkoy San Francisco Wasp special and critical attention has been conMISPLACED CONFIDENCE stantly directed to the conduct of that department and I wish to bear voluntary on a Years testimony that he has received careful Living Find Joke for Two Mistake Only to It Was All a patient and thorough instructions from John dear tltoe in charge and has made gratifying Woll Mag what is it progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity I dont Dolievo you love mo as you for application used to do system pursued in the department The Why not is one that trains the pupil to think reason Oh you dont say such rapturous logically and remember Observation has impjessed me with the conviction words and do such crazy things Dont I kiss you every morning that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress when I leave and every night when I these educational characteristics upon the return minds of young boys You have been Yes just as you take your medicino fortunate in securing instructors for this when youre sick because youve got department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services to may be secured premanently to the young What a little goose of a darling you boys of this community and that the high are to be sure grade of proficiency that now obtains in And I dont believe youd give me this department may continue the same answer you did during our I am very truly yours courtship days whon I asked you A R BURNAM iSyFor further information and about Eve What was that Catalogue apply to Why that Adam got a bonanza L H BLANTON 5- CHANCELIOK when he got Eve Oh I never said any such thing You did John CIIAS S rOWELL J SPEED SMITH You misunderstood me No I did not you wretch Now Mag Ill tell you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fall sown rye makes feed when tho cribs and mows aro low and tho past Â¬ ures not yet ready for tho cattle Am Agriculturist The average school life of tho woman teacher in the west Is about two years and tho farther west sho goes the less time she teaches Keep tho ground open around fruit trees until they are ready to bear s to bo grown near Select them as require frequent hoeing Nearly overy farmer has something ho can give away which will make him no poorer but possibly make a brother farmer somewhat richer an experi- Â¬ ence Vegetables and fruits as much as tho grain crops require deep working of tho soiL A modoratoly heavy soil that has been underdrained and sub soiled and thon carofully worked is capable of producing the heaviest crops Tho stunted calf that has been obliged to rob its bodily growth to keep from freezing or spend its summer fighting tho gaunt wolf has had its energies misdirected and in after life it will rarely ever pay to try to make a profitable cow of it The compound two thirds wheat bran to one third corn meal wot with skim milk and fed in tho morning warm has a good egg producing effect The bran does not tend to fat and the milk is oven bettor than meat for the production of eggs Sheep are better scavengers for small unripe wormy apples than aro swine A well fed sheep likes the bit-Â¬ ter taste of tho wormy apple that tho pig has to be half starved into eating Besides tho sheep will go around nights and early in tho morning after fruit while the pig will lio abed until hunger forces him to got up One help to getting out of debt is to mako tho farm produce as far as There possible tho family supplies aro farmers in debt who depond on butchers for almost tho entire supply of meat This should not be Others who have largo families tako no pains to have vegetables fruit or poultry and are oven careless about a constant and regular supply of milk and butter Tho matted row system for straw Â¬ 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arThrough Tickets and Basgnge Checked to rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached by a railroad No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For f nil particulars address or call on any agent ot the Company or Covington 750 a m S F B MORSE E H BACON Daily Except Sunday Oen Pasr Agt Trav Paisr Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky Note No 3 Daily between Richmond H E HUNTINGTON Lexington and Covington FBCAKR Agt Richmond Ky Ueiil Manager No 4 Daily between Covington Lex General Offices Covington Ky ngton and Winchester On Saturdays Â¬ No 32 leaves Covington at S3o a rives Falmouth 1030 a m only No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p rives Covington 630 p m m ar- Â¬ this train runs through to Richmond Ky ICE AND MILK HOUSE BTJY Address NOOTHER QUEE2T AW CEESCEETT EOUTE SMITH POWELL AT w ACE RiGES Goods We have an immense stock of Fall--an--Wint- er- CONSISTING OF ALL GRADES and from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good Inmost goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share of year patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Respectfully WALLACE sck2I iy BICE S OFEK Cft S is leng FOLDING BED FACTORY in BRUNSWICK FOLDING BED tk World Simplest Most Durable BestI iiiiiiiiii Twenty Different Styles tlie most careless use Kids in All Kinds of Wood Cannot eet out of order even under It is so aeesrately balanced a mere child can handle it S1 Buy no Sam rent and foal for CLOSED an extra room jnst the th ne tor a snail bed room j With all the bedding in -- t Is the BEST other If your Fnrnitae Dealer hasnt it wite for Catalogue to Fort Wayne Furniture 1S S7 Co Fort wajne m Sole Manufacturers UILDERSFine CQKTTRACTORS The undersigned would respectfully an- Â¬ nounce to those contemplating budding that they are prepared to contract for BUIUHXGa OF Carriages ITC1HB This is what I said I romembor it distinctly It was a little joko of mine Oh it was Woll may bo your love for mo was a joke Now Mag We represent ten of tliestrong Well go on You asked me what reply tho Lord est Fikk Insurance Companies in the world We represent the made Adam when ho asked Him for a Company that has the largest companion Yos and you said Ho gave him a capital in the world the Company bonanza and implied that I was your that has the largest paid up capital bonanza Oh I am a poor deceived in the world the Company that wife has the largest assets in the world Now Mag I said no such thing I the only Company 111 the world said whon Adam asked for a com- Â¬ that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ panion that Tho Lord gave him a bonanza count and does not make you No dear you misunderstood mo agree in its policy to wait 6ixty days after a fire to get your money A woman can never see a joke- I said Ho gave him a bone answer All Companies charge the same And Ive been living on that miser- Â¬ rate then able joke those two years past Ha ha ha not Insure in theBest Oh yes laugh you monster And Insure your house and contents now I supposo you toll me that bone and sleep soundly it will be too answer and bonanza aro not tho late after you are burned out same Oh thats outside tho limits of my Our Companies have over 40 joko A joko dont want to bo covered 000000 capital and over 100 all over with frills and furbelows like 000000 assets viz a womans gown Oh it doesnt Liverpool London Globe Assets 40976673 No dear A joko is masculine Commercial Union 24476165 Of course Thats why it is brutal M Guardian 20603324 Good byo dear Hore comes my Home 8061183 car Lancashire 7389585 Good bye Do you really love mo Queen 6050025 Hartford 5288604 John German Cant stop now Tell you all about 2187173 Fireman Fund N E Farmer 2181925 it to night National 2006857 Some Sayings of Holland Total 119121514 Puppyism is not politeness apriS gm Every body who is somebody can do something Never content yourself with tho Idea of having a common place wife The approhensions of women are finer and quicker than those of men Inspiration to a higher and purer life always comes from above a man A man who is willing to enter so- Â¬ ciety as a beneficiary is mean and docs not dosorve recognition It is tho general rule of Providence tho world ovor and in all time that unearned success is a curse There aro fewer sadder sights in this world than that of mates whom tho passago of years has mis mated There is nothing that will tend so strongly to the elevation and purifica- Â¬ tion ot young men as female society Society is not very particular what a man does so that it proves him to be a man it will then how to him and JEWELEB make room for him J Q Holland Fire Insurance Why ADRUFF AND EVERT DESCRIPTION J Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plans furnished on application on short notice LONG COLEV aprntC Contractors and Builders i Is prepared with an experienced set of bands to do all Wads of house buBding and repairing Give him a caM wTh kbllsy Contractor and IJuiMer marytf KENTUCKY GABBIAGS apr4 tf WORKS PjiOPJUETOli JOHN DONELSON 9 34 Such a building suitable for a dairy of 10 cows can bo built at a cost of a triflo less than 25 This price is for lumber at 10 per 1000 feet at the mill and does not include labor Outside The Original Wins C F Simmons St Louis Propr dimensions 10 by 18 feot and 8 feet in SI A Simmons Lircr Medicine Estd height to tho eaves All the uprights iSo in the U S Court defeats J H Zcilin Propr A QSimmons Lir are of ono size 2x10 and set two feet er Kegulator Estd by ZeilimSSS apart edgewise the siding is nailed to M A S L M has for 47 jtm cured Indigestion Biliousness ono edge tho lining to tho other mak Â¬ ITsrErsiASicK HeadachiLost ArrETiTE Sour Stomach Etc ing a dead air space of ten inches Iter T B Reams Pastor M E Tho roof is of 1 inch stuff 12 inches Church Adams Tenn writes I ik 1 snouia nave Deen dead but wide and 20 feet long laid like clap- Â¬ tor your Genuine M A Sim- Â¬ boards lapping about an inch and a mons Liver Medicine I hare sometimes had to substitute half on two by four rafters set with a ZeiUns stuff for your Medi cm steep pitch and is also lined A par- Â¬ cine but it dont answer the Cfiwirj purpose tition of inch stuff is run through Dr I It Gravei Editor Tit Eattut MenmhisTfnn tho center to the height of tho eaves I received a DackaF e of TourTivrr making the ice houso eight feet squiro Medicine and have used half of it It wotkslike a charm I want no and the milk room tho same size The better Liver Regulator and cer Â¬ floor of tho ice houso which slopes to- Â¬ tainly no more of Zcilina mixture wards one corner of milk room is made of clay rammed hard covered with six inches of gravel and thon with four inches of sawdust The ice is laid directly upon this flooring and 4940 is piled up to tho eaves and surround- Â¬ ed with tho usual packing of six inches of sawdust Ventilation i3 furnished by a small window in each gable end and there is also a small squaro box ventilator in the center and these openings aro protected by fine wiro cloth Shelves can bo built against the partition for shallow-settin- g pans In tho corner of the milk room toward which the floor of the ice houso slopes is placed tho tank for deep setting which to hold five or six five gallon cans should te 20 inches wide two feet six inches long and two feet deep This depth is sufficient to admit of a lid Tho tank is an ordinary dry goods box caulked and treated to a coat of as- Â¬ Tho Popular Una between bestos and sunk Into the ground to re Â¬ ceive tho drip from the ice houso with Cincinnati an outlet in the bottom emptying into LAFAYETTE and a drain and closed with a plug Tho cans aro made by an ordinary The Entire Trtlss ECI TDECCCH ffltiott Ctnru tinsmith of tho best quality of tin 8 Pullman Bleeping- - Cars and Elegant Be inches in diameter 19 inches deep clinine Chair Cars on Nlg ht Trains with tight fitting covers and little magnificent Porlcr Cars on Bay Trains balls of solder on tho bottoms for legs to allow tho water to run under BXTWIIN them and they have copper wiro and handles and cost 75 cents apiece This C Bsllwir Ely Four TU tie C L BU L and TsndslU Line building is near the woll from which Pullman Itaet Slerping Cars Pullman Reclining tho tank can bo filled if tho drip is in- Â¬ Chair Cars New Firit Cliss Coaches Second Class Coaches and Baggag Cars all ran through sufficient or when it needs cleansing Tho milk room is lighted by an ordi- Â¬ without change between Cincinnati and St Lotus Elognnt Reclining Chair Cars nary window ono sash being in the V BXTWKN lining and ono in tbo siding tho outer and HI one being whitewashed or painted I VIA Tne would prefer to hnvojhis house built Kt L C sod T B W Short TIne CI of brick or stone with a cemented Commodious Reclining Chair Cars SITWIIN floor and a tank of brick laid in ce- Â¬ ment but I give this is a possibility Indiinapslis Fecmllls and SeoM Ion within tho reach of overy farmers Via SHELDOlf Sites for Farm Buildings DEAIiER IN C I St L A C and T P Jb W K Hdi pocket If cno hcf a full flowing If you are in need of any now build Â¬ spring tho ice house enn be dispensed At Chicago St touts and Peoria close and im Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and all Lines ing on the farm baforo selecting tho with and the same tank and milk room mediate connections are made with Southwest to nd from the rortimett lTtst and Plated ware etc Special sites for them first think woll over tho can be used Cor Rural New Yorker Checks te all rrlsdpal Flat Itrcch Hcttti nl Bagi attention given to object to he attained A new ice houso im be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L it C It v also via this line at all Coupon Tickt should be located in the shade of a Thiu Is a curious-- world Ono new Offices thnraghoot the coantry DIAMONDS tree if possible and in a northern ex- Â¬ development of curiousnosa isaservico IOHH ECAHOenlPaisaadTttAccct posure while the new cow houso or of a sheriffs notice upon tho pastor crscxirNiTi0 AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES houso should have just tho opposite and session of a Presbyterian Especially should tho hen position them from restraining church bouse bo located on a southern expos Â¬ visiting u I aick member This ure while the cow shed should be action was taken at the instanco of the Promptly done and In a workmanlike placed on the south side of tho barn to husband who claimed that his wifes manner save all the heat that can possibly bo recovery was retarded by the visits gotten out of the sun in winter These Largest and moU complete stock in he had recburso to Cask Paid for Old Gold and Silver are things to always consider in locat- Â¬ and finallyremonstrances failed law Central Kentucky Our motto Best Let Vhen his ing houses on the farm giving prefer Â¬ Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices 6ST Dont forget the place next door ence to the most important but neg Ihiscaseof church faithfulness in visi Â¬ P CARROLL Tho complaint U bo recorded tation to the Poet 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